Carleton’s work placement programs (in some fields, referred to as a ‘practicum,’ and in others, as a ‘placement’) offer students the possibility of working for one academic term in a community organization in exchange for course credit. Students who do work placements gain the opportunity to apply their academic studies to professional work experiences, develop professional skills, become more involved with the career planning process, and make valuable contacts in the community.
Chat with the Graduate Administrator or Program Coordinators to find out more about field placement courses, SOCI 5906, ANTH 5907 and ANTH 6907.
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
B750 Loeb Building
1125 Colonel By Drive
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