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181_s05 - Political Science 181 Spring 2005 FIELD WORK IN...

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1 Political Science 181 Spring 2005 FIELD WORK IN POLITICS Director: Terry Christensen Office Business Tower 453 Phone (408) 924-5565 [email protected] Office Hours: M 1-2, T 12:30-1:30 and 3-5, Th 12:30-1:30 and by appointment The political science internship gives students an opportunity to make practical application of what they've learned in classes. Most of the work for the course is done with the placement, but written work, individual consultations with the director and some reading are required to ensure that students make analytical connections between classroom and textbook abstractions about politics and the real thing. By university policy, grading is credit/no credit. Credit is awarded only on completion of all (every one) of the requirements for the course, including resume, background research on the placement, weekly hours, contract, research design, attendance at class sessions, regular consultation with the director, and a paper. Initially, students prepare a brief resume to present to the director and the potential placement. This should include major, relevant courses taken, grade point
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