- Students will improve their skills in one or more areas in computer science areas:
networking, database design, web development, programming, hardware design, systems
analysis, software engineering, etc.
- Students will develop professional skills including: written and oral communication,
individual and team work skills, and time management
- Students will be responsible for maintaining a daily journal which logs professional
- Students will create a written summary of their internship experience
Internship Preparation Steps
Internship Procedures and Guidelines
Meet with your advisor to determine when you will be ready for
- Check the course requirements – completion of CSCI130 and 12 credits CSCI 200-level
- Check the GPA requirements – 2.0 overall & 2.5 in CSCI required core for BSCS
(125, 130, 230, 277, 312, 330, 385)
*CSCI required core for ASCS (130, 207, 230, 280, 313)
Complete the CS Department Internship Application & submit it
to your advisor for approval
Create your resume & cover letter
The Center for Career Development & Experiential Learning can assist you with
Find an internship site & prepare for the interview
Once you secure an internship site
- Request that your supervisor email me your job duties, internship dates, daily hours,
pay (if applicable), and the sites address and contact information
Registering for internship credit
- When adding courses to your schedule via SCOTS – register for the dept field value
“intent to schedule” and select the appropriate credits. This will be added to
your schedule and includes you as a matriculated student for that semester or summer
session. The “intent to schedule” will eventually become CSCI496 – double check
the credits are correct once this change takes place.
Complete the Edinboro University Internship Application
During internship/Course requirements
The following are required components of the internship experience. Failure to submit any of
the following (or late submission) is sufficient to receive an unsatisfactory grade
for the internship. All items should be submitted to the D2L course shell adhering to the
required format/style as I have outlined below:
- Daily Log:
- Each student will keep a log of daily activities. Although each day’s entry can
be brief; proper grammar, punctuation, and spelling are imperative. Each time
the log is submitted it should include from the first day of work forward. Each
day should indicate the date, total hours worked that day and a running total
from the beginning of the internship (see accepted format). You are required to submit your
log file three times. Each time it should be the complete log to date using the
accepted format ONLY.
Submit: Entire log file to D2L dropbox (Use the format shown here)
Log Due Dates: Sept 1, Oct 1, Nov 1 (and at the end of internship)
- Internship Portfolio:
- At the end of the internship you are required to submit a summary of your
The requirements for the portfolio can be found: requirements handout
Submit: Portfolio adhering to the required style to D2L dropbox
Portfolio Due Date: Dec 1
- Capstone Survey:
- At the end of the internship you are required to submit a capstone survey. You
are excused from completing this survey if you already completed it in another
CS capstone course.
The survey can be found: capstone survey
Submit: Capstone Survey to D2L dropbox
Survey Due Date: Dec 1
- I will contact you and your supervisor for visits during the Internship.
Depending on your credits and distance from Edinboro this may be a skype visit,
phone call or a face to face visit.
- Your supervisor is required to complete an Intern evaluation when the internship
Students who complete all of the above requirements in a satisfactory fashion will
receive a satisfactory grade. Failure to submit any of the required materials in a
satisfactory fashion (or within the deadline) may result in an unsatisfactory grade for
the internship experience.
- YOU MUST CHECK your EUP email regularly - this will be the best way for me to
communicate with you regarding visits, log files and other internship related items.
- You are responsible for your own transportation to and from work.
- You are responsible for any insurance coverage that may be necessary for the
- You must successfully complete 37.5 hours of work for each credit of CSCI 496 that
you are registered.
- You must inform your supervisor if you are not going to be at work for any reason.
- You must act like a professional at all times. If there is a problem with another
employee or other work-related issue, inform your supervisor.