Syllabus | Assignments

COURSE: VT 4920 Internship
CREDIT: 3 credit hours - Fall Semester 2011
PLACE: TBA
DAYS/TIME: Individual Meeting Times (during office hours)
OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday/Thursday 1:00-2:00p.m.
INSTRUCTOR: Eric Pedersen
OFFICE: UHB 328
PHONE: 652.7977
E-MAIL: pedersen@dixie.edu
SCHOOL YEAR: 2011-2012

MATERIALS REQUIRED:
Zips, CD's, HD's, stuff, server space

REQUIRED TEXT:
There is no specific required text for this course, however, course reading materials must be researched and included as part of the process.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Internship course in Visual Technologies.

INSTRUCTOR NOTES:
The internship course is designed for students working in a visual technologies industry job. The number of hours worked per week and the learning objectives chosen will determine the number of credits offered in this course. As a rule of thumb, a student should work 20 hours per week in a vt job to sign up for 3 credit hours of internship and should plan on 135 hours of learning and development work toward the objectives outlined by the instructor, supervisor, and student.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND GRADING:

Your grade will be based on the percent of the total points which you have earned. Your grade will be composed of the following elements.

Detailed Learning Objectives -- Student Plan25 points
Progress Reports and Research25 points
Final Report50 points
Total 100 points

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Grades will be issued on a percentage of total points possible as follows:
94-100% = A
90-93% = A-
87-89% = B+
84-86% = B
80-83% = B-
77-79% = C+
74-76% = C
70-73% = C-
67-69% = D+
64-66% = D
60-63% = D-
Below 59% = F

Special Needs

Students with medical, psychological, learning or other disabilities desiring reasonable academic adjustment, accommodations, or auxiliary aids to be successful in this class will need to contact the DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER Coordinator (Baako Wahabu) for eligibility determination. Proper documentation of impairment is required in order to receive services or accommodations. DRC is located at the ground floor of the Financial Aid Office. Visit or call 652-7516 to schedule appointment to discuss the process. The DRC Coordinator determines eligibility for and authorizes the provision of services.


Last Updated 05/12/11

Send questions and comments to
pedersen@dixie.edu