NRRT 487 - Internship

  • 4 - 9 credits

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

Have an educational experience upon which to build their professional careers.
Integrate classroom theory with practical field application.
Evaluate student strengths and weaknesses which may be developed or corrected during their academic program
Identify and clearly outline work experience goals
Develop a tailored, professional resume for their chosen field
Contribute to the improvement of business practice within your host organization

This course can be applied toward:


NR 377 (Pre-Internship).


Paul C. Layden
Paul C. Layden

(970) 491-7393 |

Paul Layden has his BS Recreation Resources Management and MS in Human Dimensions of Natural Resources. In addition to this course Paul teaches Tourism Event Planning, New to the Major Seminar, and Natural Resource Ecology and Measurements. He also coordinates internships for all undergraduate students in the Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources and assists with academic advising.

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