why not just add 3 extra credits to your internship?
I'm not sure exactly how it all works, but for our internships, we have to sign up for a class, and it's a 3 credit class. So I don't think we can add on extra credits to it.
Thanks though, maybe I'll ask our coordinator if this is possible.
I'm not sure exactly what you mean about signing up for a class. I know that for the internship I'm doing this summer, I had to add CJ (my major) 494 and then it asks you how many credits you want to do for the internship and you can do up to 12. I was going to do 5 this summer, but changed it last week to 6. Just a suggestion :)
I think maybe different schools/programs do things differently. :/
Our class has a set number of credits, from what I can see on websites and from what I've heard from other people.
Oh okay. Well in the CJ program, internships aren't required and we're allowed to do up to 12 for general elective credits.
What program are you in and have you met all of its requirements? What do you want to do next (after graduating)? Is there something that could give you a jump on grad school or give you an edge in competing for a job?
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Packaging major, and I'm taking the last of my required classes this semester.
I'm sure there are some classes that would be better to take to get an advantage, but I feel like most of the ones I can think of would either be really hard, or aren't offered online.
I took packaging 101 online to earn credits. It was easy in that you took a quiz based entirely on a section you just read. I do not remember much of the course though. However, most online classes are set up pretty similarly.
Haha, I was wondering if someone would mention this one.
I'm a packaging major, so I've already taken this one. :)
Hmm. I'm trying to remember what other online classes I took. I actually liked it, for what it's worth. :)
Good luck finding something. I actually did my internship in order to earn my "final" three credits. It was the best.
A introduction history class should be pretty easy and give you the credits you need, if you just need three random credits.
I was looking at the history ones, wasn't sure how hard they'd be.
i am in HST 140 right now, and it's very easy. the grade is comprised entirely of of two very simple 1-2 page papers a week and a final project (about a 5-7 page paper).
Oh, awesome. That sounds like it could work really well. Thanks!
I took CLA 120 online and it didn't suck. It was memorizing Greek and Latin medical terminology - comes in kind of handy later on since all of the roots, bases, and stems are used in other words.
Hmm... that sounds really interesting actually, but I'm not sure that memorizing Greek and Latin sounds like something I'd be very good at. Thanks though :)
Fellow PKG major here. I did that last summer, i took 2 classes while on my internship to finish in Aug.
IDES 150 or 140 is insanely easy online. I cant remember exactly which one it is. Just pick up the corsepack and listen to the last little bit of the lectures online and he tells you the answers to the "study guide"
He pulls the questions directly off the study guide.
I was really happy to have this easy class while working full time and dealing with moving.