- HDFS 310 & 410
- HDFS 430
Marquis Internships provides Health Management and Policy and Health Promotion and Health Behavior internships for Oregon State Public Health students.
Interns have a lot to contribute to the organizations in which they work. For an in-depth explanation of the internship timeline as well as option specific requirements please refer to our Internship Process and Requirements page with the Suggested Site List (pdf).
H410 is a 360 hour, 12 credit internship for the Public Health major, Health Management and Policy and Health Promotion and Health Behavior options. The internship is completed in a public health setting which can include government agencies, nonprofit community organizations, clinics, and hospitals. For the revised EOH minor, it is 270 hours, 9 credits.
If your organization is interested in hosting an intern, please visit the Information for Preceptors page
|I want to take H410 in:||Form A must be emailed to the Internship Coordinator by:|
|Spring 2021||11:59 pm, PST, February 24th, 2021|
|Summer 2021||11:59 pm, PST, May 19th, 2021 for Session I of Summer only|
|Fall 2021||11:59 p.m. PST, August 11th, 2021|
|Winter 2022||11:59 p.m. PST, November 17th, 2021|
Contact the IE3 Office for more information.
For IE3 Internship Requirements visit the Internship Process and Requirements page
PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID-19, IE3 internships are currently virtual only, and they still meet the requirements if they are under the health category.
|Term||IE3 Application Deadline:|
PLEASE NOTE: Starting Fall 2019, the paperwork deadlines will be changed to Wednesdays at 11:59pm instead of Fridays. Also Form A will be due Wednesday of Week 8, to allow for internship site onboarding before the end of the term.
PLEASE NOTE: Ask your potential internship sites about affiliation agreements. If a site requires an affiliation agreement, they cannot be expedited, and cannot be done at the last minute. Please review the Internship Process and Requirements page
Have a question? Be sure to look through the H410 FAQ first.