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February 07, 2015


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Derek Tokaz

I'm surprised that a paper discussing the costs of experiential learning doesn't discuss the most cost effective option: internships. It does discuss externships, but stipulates that these programs have seminars attached to them, thus requiring a full-time (though not tenure track) faculty member. That of course drives the cost up significantly, to $467 per credit.

While the seminar would certainly add value, why is an internship without the seminar not even worthy of consideration? Is there some fatal flaw in internships that only a seminar can redeem?

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