Course Code: WORK 5505
Academic Year: 2017-2018
During this internship course, students work in one or more of the following radio departments: programming, news, promotions, sales, creative and production or in an approved operation related to radio. Students are treated as employees and are expected to comply with company and industry requirements. In addition to practising broadcast skills in a real environment, students start to build the professional relationships needed to develop a personal network. The internship program is a 160-hour (two-month) apprenticeship in media. Internship requirements and expectations are outlined in the Radio Broadcasting Internship handbook. Either the co-ordinator or the internship committee confirms a placement with a radio station or an associated industry for the student to complete.