Academic credit for internships varies by department at CU Boulder. There are many options for students. First, check with your academic advisor or visit your academic department’s website. If you are required to receive credit by your employer, CSVC 1000 provides alternative credit opportunities.
Alternative Credit Opportunity: CSVC 1000
If you are unable to get credit through your major and your employer requires credit, you can sign up for an extra credit internship class through Career Services, CSVC 1000. This is a one-credit, pass/fail class that does not under any circumstances count toward your graduation requirements. The only requirement for this course is that you must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours during the semester that you participate in the internship (or for summer internships, you must be enrolled in 12 credits during the following fall semester).
For information on CSVC 1000, please contact Dylan Mark.