The internship program allows individuals to receive credit for work performed with companies in the film, television, and entertainment media communities. Students must work a minimum of 120 hours in order to receive the 4 units of credit associated with this course. Reports are given to the instructor at the end of the internship outlining the work done and experience received. Their final grade is based on this report.
Internships are restricted only to candidates in certificate programs, and only to those students who have completed a substantive portion of their course work. Students must complete the internship application for approval to enroll.
Course OutlineGain firsthand experience in the entertainment industry through the UCLA Extension Internship Program in whatever field you are interested in. Only candidates in certificate programs are eligible.