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The Environmental Programs offers their students 0-6 hours of academic credit for internships that help meet Student Learning Outcomes of the Environmental Geosciences and Environmental Studies degrees. Our majors have interned at firms and organizations including Phillips 66, the Hermann Park Conservancy, Starr Insurance, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, and City of College Station.

To obtain GEOS 484 internship credit, students must identify an internship opportunity, obtain job duties, and fill out this form prior to the start of the internship. Then, students meet with the Program Coordinator and Program Director to review requirements for obtaining GEOS 484 credit. These requirements include a report, which is due upon completion of the internship.

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