- HDFS 209 & 410
- HDFS 430
- Internship Site Directory
No, you have to have met the prerequisites (H407 and H476 for HPHB, H407 and H436 for HMP and H407 for ESH/EOH) , in order to register for H410. This is a standard policy. Form A serves that purpose, to check for prerequisites, and appropriate internship sites and activities, in order to approve an internship.
Please see the Internship Requirements section of the H410 website. Internships that do not count for H410 include internships that are clinical (working directly on patients), faculty research focused, firefighting/EMT, telecommuting, door to door soliciting, or coaching, athletic training/kinesiology focused.
A total of 360 hours are required, which can be completed in one term for 12 credits, or two terms with approximately 180 hours each term, 6 credits each term.
Yes! You as long as you are not a double option (HMP and HPHB) or have the ESH/EOH minor. H410 can be taken for up to 24 credits. If you have done your required 12 credit internship and need upper division credits, you can do another 12 credit H410 or you can do a 6 credit H410.
Yes, you need to do two separate 12 credit internships, one that satisfies the HMP project requirements and one that satisfies the HPHB project requirements.
Yes, you need to do two separate 12 credit internships, one that satisfies the HMP or HPHB project requirements and one that satisfies the ESH/EOH project requirements.
Overrides for domestic internships are provided after Form A is submitted. You cannot register for domestic internships, H410, without following this process. If you are doing an IE3 internship, you still submit Form A by the deadline, but IE3 registers you.
The official start date of an internship is the first day of the academic term, and the end date is Tuesday of Finals Week. There is the option to start early, before the start of the term, as long as you are registered for H410. All due dates follow the academic calendar.
Your IE3 Advisor can sign your Form A to submit by the Monday of Finals Week before the internship term. Please see the Internship Requirements section of the H410 website for more information.
All Forms except the initial Form A are submitted by directly uploading them to Canvas.
All of the paperwork is duplicated for each internship term. If you are staying in the same site, and your preceptor has not changed, you do not need to submit a new Form A.
There are optional assignments in the portfolio template that you can complete for extra hours. These are submitted by Tuesday of Finals Week. Opportunities should be free to the student. Please see the portfolio for specific instructions. Some specific examples of professional development to count as extra hours include:
The internship must be separate from a current job, with separate projects, hours and preferably a separate supervisor.
Past experiences cannot be counted for the internship. You must be registered for the term you plan to complete your internship to receive credit.
Individual faculty research not related to community outreach is considered independent academic research and not an internship. It can be counted for an arranged research project, H406, please see the Internship Coordinator for more information.
All requirements need to be submitted by Tuesday of Finals Week in order to submit a grade and finalize the graduation application process. If you take an incomplete, note that you would need to change your graduation term to the next term, and change your graduation application.
Please contact the Office of the Registrar if you need proof of graduation early.