Internship and Career Planning Seminar (CPS)
What does this class have to offer?
The Internship and Career Planning Seminar is a zero-credit class that meets once a week, 50 mins, for 10-weeks. CPS is offered every Fall, Spring, and Summer and covers topics ranging from personal branding materials, job/internship search, internship registration, networking digital identity & LinkedIn, interview skills, the application process, professional expectations, budgeting & negotiation, career values and more.
The Internship and Career Planning Seminar is instructed by Mary Santoro and is the pre-requisite requirement for registering an internship for credit through Roger Williams University.
When do I take the Internship and Career Planning Seminar?
CPS must be completed at least one semester prior to registering for an internship through the university. The Internship and Career Planning Seminar occurs every Fall, Spring, and Summer.
Students may register for the Internship and Career Planning Seminar on Roger Central (Search Term: CPS). At Roger Williams University, 17 majors require an internship for credit, and 27 allow an elective credit internship.
Does your major require CPS?
If you fall into a major that requires an internship or intend to register an internship for elective credit you must complete CPS at least one semester prior. View the list below to see if you must complete CPS.
|Majors: Required Internship||Majors: Elective Credit Internship (optional)|
|Arts Management (minor)||Anthropology+Sociology|
|Communication & Media Studies * Also can do Senior Thesis Capstone as requirement||Applied Mathematics|
|Creative Writing * Also can do CW-450 or CW-451||Aquaculture & Aquarium Science|
|Cybersecurity & Networking (practicum model)||Biochemistry|
|Graphic Design * Also can do DSGN:429 Citizen Designer||Business Law (3 + 3)|
|Legal Studies (practicum model)||Criminal Justice (practicum model)|
|Legal Studies and Law (3 + 3) (practicum model)||Dance/Performance|
|Security Assurance Studies (practicum model)||English Literature|
|Psychology (practicum model)||Environmental Science|
|Public Health (practicum model)||Finance|
|Public Relations||Foreign Language|
|Visual Arts (BFA only)||Forensic Science (practicum model)|
|Visual Arts (B.A.)|