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ITR/Directed Study Abroad
Various, Various U.S. (Outgoing Program)
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Program Description:
Program Description:

ITR/Directed Study Abroad

The International ITR 301 course is unique in that its academic structure will help students make the most of the work and cross-cultural experience. At the end of the course, you will receive a S/U based on your work throughout the semester.

Students will be expected to complete the following:
1. Research the proposed internship site.
2. Share the information with your academic advisor and consult with your advisor on the applicability of the internship to your academic program.
3. After meeting with your academic advisor, complete the Pre-advising steps in Studio Abroad
4. Make an appointment with an International Internship Advisor in the Office of International Education to discuss the proposed internship; bring information gathered while researching the internship site (and/or provider).
5. Keep a weekly log of the experience at the internship and the work you are completing
6. Send weekly log reports to your ITR 301 instructor
7. Submit a final summary, consisting of:
8. Executive summary/abstract (one full page)
  •  Discussion and analysis of a salient topic (5 – 7 pages)
  •  Brief analysis of the experience, in more personal terms (one full page)
  •  Optional illustrations, maps, photographs, graphs, etc.
Depending on the type of credit students seek to receive (e.g., in their major, other major, elective credit, directed study, or ITR 301 International Field Placement), accumulating credit may take one of the forms below:
3-6 elective credits that have been approved by the dean of the respective college; or
3-12 credits (ITR 301) that have been approved by the Office of International Education and the respective dean; or
3-15 URI credits that combine ITR 301 (3 + X) with credits in the major, which require approval from the respective dean and the Office of International Education.

Credits Fall or Spring Semester Summer Term
  13 Weeks  10 Weeks
3 Credits 117 Total Hours 100 Total Hours
6 Credits 208 Total Hours 200 Total Hours
9 Credits 312 Total Hours 300 Total Hours
12 Credits 416 Total Hours 400 Total Hours


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