Planning Internship I PLAN 302 (1)
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. Prerequisite: 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.