Mathematics & Computer Science Department
The MATH/COSC 380 course is designed to enhance the understanding of how mathematics, statistics, or computer science are actually used in practice. Students work in a private business or public agency on a project for which they can apply knowledge and experience related to their field of study.
See Professor Defino (firstname.lastname@example.org), the department's internship coordinator, for information.
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Intern: Kate Weaver
Intern: Michael Lay
Intern: Rachel Broemm
Intern: Daniel Webster
To insure proper
control of the internship work/study experience the following procedures
must be followed.
Student responsibilities prior to approval of the program
1. Provide the
following information to the faculty internship coordinator prior to the
The faculty internship coordinator will communicate with the supervisor and the internship committee of the department to determine if the work/study experience is appropriate for MATH/COSC 380 credit. When the committee is satisfied that the experience is appropriate, the student will be informed. A faculty internship advisor will be assigned to the experience. This could be the internship coordinator or another faculty member from the department. The student is expected to communicate with the advisor through e-mail at least once a week. This correspondence will keep the advisor informed of the weekly activities. The student will then provide the following documentation using a word processor.
1). Complete a midterm report that summarizes the progress at the end of the sixth week. The report should address the objectives as stated above and any changes in the objectives. The midterm report is due to the faculty internship advisor at the beginning of the seventh week.
2. Complete a final report that summarizes the entire internship experience. The objectives and any changes in the objectives should be addressed. Also, a section to indicate classroom skills utilized and classroom skills needed but not attained should be included. The final report is due to the faculty internship advisor at the end of the last week of the term.
3. Give an oral presentation of the work/study experience.
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