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BLA Student Internship Instructions
Undergraduate students earn course credit for professional office experience under the supervision of registered landscape architects or related practitioners, such as architects, engineers, and planners. A minimum of twelve weeks of full-time employment is required. The LAND 4700 internship is worth three credit-hours and is required summer of the 4th year of the BLA program. For instructions on required forms and how to obtain them, please click below.
CED Intern Partner Program
To learn more and to read about or become a part of our new CED Intern Partner Program, please click below!
Most MLA students obtain professional experience from a summer internship before their final year of study. Internship positions are arranged by individual students in accord with their professional and geographic interests, ability to travel, and advice from the school. Georgia students have obtained internship positions all over the country and the world, with consulting offices, design-build companies, arboreta, and planning and design agencies at all levels of government.
An internship is a graduation requirement and, at the student’s discretion, may be taken for credit or non-credit. Those taking the internship for credit will do so under the three-hour HIPR 6613: Historic Preservation Internship course.