Internships provide students with learning opportunities not available on campus, enabling them to earn credit for unpaid, supervised practical experience, applying principles learned in the classroom or observing a professional at work. On-campus internships are supervised by a faculty member; off-campus internships are supervised collaboratively by a faculty member and an on-site professional. Appropriate supporting assignments (e.g., reading, research, journal keeping) are determined by the supervisors and the student. The Division internship committee and the supervisor determine in advance whether the work will be a1-, 2-, or 3-credit internship. Prerequisites: Sophomore status, at least two previous courses in the relevant discipline, and consent of the faculty supervisor and the Arts and Humanities Internship Committee.