|Course Title||INTERN US MEXICO BORDER|
|Full Title||Internship in US-Mexico Border|
|Description||Internship in public or private sector institution, agency, or organization engaged in US-Mexico binational relations or border-related issues.|
|Prerequisite||Upper division standing, Chicana and Chicano Studies 355, and consent of instructor.|
|Course Hours||Nine to twelve hours per week plus four class meetings.|
Enrollment in this section entails participation in experiential learning and/or internship. These experiences can occur on-campus or off-campus. Additional requirements may apply.
Enrollment in this section entails participation in an off-campus internship or similar off-campus educational experience. These off-campus, educational experiences can include designations such as service learning and fieldwork. Additional requirements may apply.
Students must contact the department for approval to enroll and to obtain schedule number for this section. Graduate students please note: to enroll in 799A or 799B, you must contact the Graduate Division Office located in SSE 1410; prior to enrolling you must have an approved "Appointment of Thesis/Project Committee" form on file with the Graduate Division. Contact your departmental graduate advisor for details and deadlines.