Career Center Cooperative Education and Internship Program
The Career Center’s Cooperative Education and Internship Program (fall, spring and
summer semester) may also fulfill the Beyond the Classroom requirement. This program
is a good fit for students participating in a full-time cooperative education or internship
experience during a major academic semester. Students should communicate with the
Career Center’s Experiential Education Team regarding eligibility and enrollment in
the program for the fall, spring, or summer semesters. Students are responsible for
keeping their Honors advisor informed if they plan on enrolling in the program.
Students will be enrolled in the program through the UofSC Career Center. When the
program is reflected on the student’s transcript, the student will earn six Honors
credits. Three credits can fulfill BTC requirement, and 3 credits can fulfill an Honors
The Honors Advisor will update the Honors advising form accordingly.
Frequently Asked Questions
Students can enroll in the Honors internship course multiple times. Each internship
experience must be approved through the Honors Internship Contract. The Honors internship course (and other approved internship experiences noted in
the BTC policy) can fulfill the BTC requirement or an Honors Elective.
A student must complete at least 150 hours to earn 3 Honors credits for an Honors
internship. Exceeding the 150 hours for an internship experience does not result
in additional Honors credits.
No. While the general Honors Internship Course for 1-2 credits (SCHC 494) cannot fulfill the Honors BTC requirement, it can fulfill Honors Elective #7.
To enroll in SCHC 494, students must complete the Honors Internship Contract and have the contract approved before beginning an internship experience. Students
enrolled in the course must work at least 50 hours per credit hour and complete the
academic requirements as outlined in the syllabus. When the course is reflected on
the student’s transcript and passed with a grade of ‘C’ or better, the Honors advisor
will note completion of Elective #7 on the student’s Honors Advising Form.
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