Art 490

Helga Watkins
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Gain practical experience in design in a professional work place setting.

10-20 hours per week. To be determined in consultation with sponsoring company and the student's supervisor. Students are required to keep a portfolio of work executed during their internship. Portfolios to be turned in at midterm, either as hard copy or on disks. Final cumulative portfolio to be turned in at the end of the semester.

To be determined by quality and range of work submitted in portfolio, and in consultation with student workplace supervisor.

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