Credits: 4The Senior Internship course offers Chemistry and Biochemistry majors experiential learning opportunities in an industrial setting. The course offers students the opportunity to explore a career in industry and to establish experience which may lead to employment after graduation. Students work 10 hours per week in an industrial, governmental, or other laboratory setting. Students should meet with the internship coordinator in the semester prior to the internship to determine an appropriate placement. A memorandum of understanding concerning the responsibilities of the student must be signed by the student, the industry representative, and the internship coordinator. Prerequisite(s): Permission of the department. When Offered: Every fall semester.