Apply the concepts and theories you’ve been studying in real-world professional environments to connect the ideas to the people you serve in this work. You’ll be supervised by a qualified professional at your internship site who can support you in translating your studies to their application. You’ll need to get approval for the 3-credit course with 150 hours of field work from your supervising FLC faculty. Some recent internships sites include:
Internships involve real world application of previous theoretical and applied knowledge and skills in a professional setting, supervised by a qualified professional. Sport Administration internships can range from 8 credits (equivalent to 400 hours of work) to 12 credits (equivalent to 600 hours of work) in a given semester. In the last five years, sport administration students have interned at many organizations.
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