The Instructional Technology graduate internship is a culminating experience that extends the knowledge base and customizes the learning experience beyond the academic setting.

The internship counts as 3 credits.

This represents part of the 33 credits for the degree, or 24 credits for certification.

Internship candidates should complete the degree coursework and the portfolio.

Internship Completion Process

  • Complete course work and submit Portfolio for review.
  • Present and pass Programmatic Portfolio Process.
  • Notify adviser of Internship intention - During this time the adviser reviews interest and helps identify appropriate places for an internship based on career goals.
  • Review Graduate Internship Guidelines
  • Submit Internship Application - The application is available in the Microsoft Word document below. The admission card for non-classroom credit can be received  through your adviser.
  • Complete Internship - The Internship Guidelines identify the protocol for internship completion.
  • Complete Internship Portfolio - During the internship the student adds components to the portfolio to reflect learning.

Internship Application

Contact Us

For more information regarding the programs offered in the Digital Media Technologies department, please contact the Department Chair Dr. Richard Otto

Contact Information

Campus Address
Rosenkrans East
(570) 422-3763
(570) 422-3876 (Fax)
Title of Department Leader
Graduate Coordinators Instructional Technology
Carol Walker
(570) 422-3646