An internship is a great way to explore career pathways, build skills and network, while earning course credit. View the resources below for more information or contact Stepanie Thulin, Kinetic Imaging Internship Coordinator at email@example.com.
Additional internship resources
The purpose of KINE 392: Research / Individual Study is to allow a student the opportunity to research, execute, and present an independent project, under the direction and mentorship of a full-time faculty member. The proposed project must go beyond the scope of regular course offerings within Kinetic Imaging and the School of the Arts in general.
To be eligible for an Individual Study, the student should have completed at least two semesters of required coursework in Kinetic Imaging, including KINE 235: Animation I, KINE 236: Introduction to Video, and KINE 237: Sound Communication I, and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 in the major. KINE 392: Research / Individual Study is a variable credit from 1-4; it is expected that a student devote at least 40 hours of work for each credit earned, which would mean that 3 credits (most popular) would require at least 120 hours of work, over the course of the semester. May be repeated for a total of 8 credits.
Steps to secure an Individual Study:
- Meet with the intended faculty mentor to discuss the scope of your proposed project and to obtain verbal approval of their participation.
- Download and complete the Individual Study Form and then have the intended faculty mentor approve/sign.
- Submit the completed form to Stephanie R. Thulin, Assistant Chair of Kinetic Imaging, in order to obtain an override for the course.
For questions regarding KINE 392: Research / Individual Study, please contact Stephanie R. Thulin at firstname.lastname@example.org.