The Applied Research Internship program allows HDFS Majors to gain 1 (45 clock hours), 2 (90 clock hours), or 3 (135 clock hours) credit hours as they work directly with University Faculty on research projects.
Work with faculty on research projects
Gain experience applying theoretical approaches to the study of families
Apply principles of research to diverse individuals and families
Remember, HDFS 5900 is not required for the research internship.
There are experiential learning funding opportunities, so please review the EL website for guidelines and due dates!
If you would like to work directly with a faculty member to learn more about research, please meet with your advisor and faculty to discuss a Directed Study that you might complete before committing to a Research Internship.