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Tired of sitting in the classroom? Are you ready to get some experience in the field? An internship may be the opportunity that you have been looking for. A student can take up to six hours of internship. No more than three hours can be applied towards the major. However, the other three hours can be counted towards general university electives. No hours of internship can be counted towards a minor. Possible opportunities to complete internships include:
  • Denton County District Attorney's Office
  • Federal Pretrial Services
  • Tarrant County Pre-sentence Investigation Unit
  • Denton County Probation Office
  • Denton Police Department
  • Dallas County Juvenile Probation
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (Dallas)
  • Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms

This list includes sites where our students have completed internships. Other internship opportunities are available.  If you are interested in an Internship in Criminal Justice please contact Dr. Jim Williams in Sociology or Dr. Parker Hevron in History/Government. You may contact Dr. Williams by email at or by phone at 940-898-2051. His office is CFO 313.  Dr. Hevron's email is His office is CFO 604.

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