Jun 14, 2024  
Course Catalog 2021-2022 
    
Course Catalog 2021-2022 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

HISP 301 - Transnational Internship/Practicum


This internship course is designed to provide students with a personal experience of learning and working in an organization/business. This half-credit seminar aims to complement students’ immersion in a transnational and transcultural professional working environment. Students will learn how to observe, interact with co-workers, recognize cultural differences, compare teamwork and interpersonal interactions in different cultures, apply academic knowledge in a professional setting, and to identify opportunities to create value within the company.

The goal of the internship is to offer a transnational and cross-cultural window into the world that illuminates and complements the classroom learning: connecting the interdisciplinary knowledge and the liberal arts study with the professional world. Students will reflect critically and constructively on their academic internship and figure out how they would like to build on their internship experiences. To achieve this goal, the internship will help meld together the personal, the cultural and the professional; through the internship and its debriefing seminar, students will reflect on the meanings of the cultural implications of globalization and how it has affected the career paths available and the organization of work. Students will apply critical cultural studies learning to shape public action.

Credits .5



Notes
Cross-listed with ITAS 301  

Area
Humanities

Division
Arts and Humanities

Foundation
Beyond the West

Compass Attributes
Humanities, Sophomore Experience