Fall 2023 - PLAN 302 D100
Planning Internship I (1)
Class Number: 5441
Delivery Method: In Person
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Prerequisites:PLAN 100 or PLAN 200; one of PLAN 300 or PLAN 319, or REM 319; and permission of department. Student must be enrolled in the bachelor of environment in resource and environmental management planning stream.
Provides practical professional planning experience through an internship for students enrolled in the REM planning concentration who are not in the co-op program. It is the student's responsibility to organize an internship with an outside agency or through a planning project supervised by a planning faculty member. Internships will consist of a minimum of 80 hours of practical work time. Students are required to prepare a final report to submit to the department describing the nature of the work performed and personal lessons learned. Pass/Fail.
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