Students must have completed 21 credits in the MFA Program prior to enrolling. Students must submit an internship proposal supported by a full-time faculty member and approved with written permission by the Graduate Program Director prior to enrolling.
Under the joint supervision of a qualified professional and a full-time faculty member, the student will be employed within industry, or by a professional organization or other relevant affiliation. Assessment is based upon a required paper, contributions to supervisory sessions and the successful completion of the internship (300 hours).
Component(s): Practicum/Internship/Work Term