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  • Contact | Summer Internship Program | Boston University Summer Term
    about the Boston University Summer Study Internship Program please feel free to contact us or use the contact form below You can also request a Summer Study Internship Program brochure Boston University Summer Term Summer Study Internship Program 755 Commonwealth Avenue Room 105 Boston MA 02215 Phone 617 353 0556 Fax 617 353 5532 Email ssip bu edu Contact Us Form Submit your question and we will get right back

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  • Internship Summer Programs for College Students | Boston University Summer Term
    Summer 1 May 23 July 1 2016 During the first six weeks of the Summer Study Internship Program students enroll in two summer courses chosen from one of eight academic tracks Courses are offered by Boston University s many schools and colleges To view details select one of the tracks below Arts Culture Business Management Communication Graphic Web Design International Studies Politics Public Policy Law Psychology Research Practice Public Health Social Policy Students earn 4 semester credits for each completed course for a total of 8 credits during the Summer 1 session Students must earn a grade of C or higher in each course in order to continue on to the Internship Phase of the program No pass fail or audit grades are available There is no refund given to students who are withdrawn from the program During Summer 1 students prepare for their internship placements by meeting with the program s internship team and the student s faculty advisor and attending workshops covering topics such as interviewing networking and self assessment Throughout the program students also attend a 2 credit Internship Course on Friday mornings during Summer 1 and two evenings in Summer 2 During the Internship Phase students

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  • Arts & Culture Internship Program | Boston University Summer Term
    Instructor Location SA1 Independent M W 9 30 AM 1 00 PM Siemon EGL 331 CAS HI 280 Special Topics in American History Topic for Summer 2016 History of Rock and Roll Examines the role of popular music in American culture Studies the origin and growth of the music industry and attempts to integrate it into the general social and intellectual history of the country The emphasis is on rock n roll and its impact on America from 1954 1970 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M T W 9 30 AM 12 00 PM Mckeen COM 317 CFA MT 105 Elements of Music Theory 1 Intended for non music majors who wish to know more about elements of music Covers properties of tone and rhythm notation of meter and rhythms and construction of scales triads and intervals Sight reading from both bass and treble clefs ear training analysis and composition work is included in course activities 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M T W R 9 00 AM 11 00 AM Aghababian CFA 216 CFA TH 120 Acting Performance 1 Summer Session 1 Actors live out stories in which they share the excitement of walking the knife edge of important life changes In this introductory class we encourage playful on your feet exploration of ways to awaken the body to its own sensations to enliven the voice to its own expressiveness and to alert the mind to the world going on around it The class emphasizes the importance of purposeful speaking and active listening between acting partners and includes a guided exploration of how actors sift plays for the active elements that bring them alive Exploratory exercises culminate in work on a scene from a play Summer Session 2 Focuses on awareness of the human body and voice as expressive instruments The approach to acting begins with preparation exercises that connect the actor s body and mind and then introduces tools for creating character and playing the action of dramatic scenes Through exercises and improvisations students increase awareness strengthen the ability to speak and listen and practice recognizing and experiencing moment to moment acting The course develops the actor s imagination and creativity towards truthful authentic expressive spontaneous serious play as well as practical aspects of acting with a scene partner and as the member of an acting ensemble 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M 1 00 PM 3 00 PM Cohen CFA 352 SA1 T R 1 00 PM 4 00 PM Cohen CFA 352 CFA TH 240 Beginning Directing A consideration and introduction of the basic tasks of play direction from script selection through opening night emphasizing script analysis and interpretation and their projection into staging as well as the process of working with a creative design team and an ensemble cast 2 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 1 00 PM 4 00 PM Hopper CFA 468

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  • Business & Management Internship Program | Boston University Summer Term
    SA1 Independent M W 9 00 AM 12 30 PM Allen HAR 220 SMG SM 104 Finance for Non Management Students Read understand and analyze financial statements such as income statements and balance sheets Covers techniques of internal financial analysis such as breakeven budgeting financial forecasting and tools to aid in decision making Introduction to the time value of money and capital budgeting using discounted cash flow analysis Intended for non business majors This course may not be taken by Questrom students for credit nor can it be used by Boston University students toward the Business Administration minor Non Questrom students may register for this course directly via the Student Link 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M T W 1 30 PM 4 00 PM Asadoorian HAR 228 SMG SM 105 Introduction to Marketing How is it that some products succeed and some fail In many instances the difference is in their marketing strategy Examines key areas of marketing including product development advertising promotions pricing and retailer decisions Uses a combination of in class exercises real world examples cases lecture and discussion This course is intended for non business majors It may not be taken by Questrom students for credit nor can it be used by Boston University students toward the Business Administration minor Non Questrom students may register for this course directly via the Student Link 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 1 00 PM 4 30 PM Utter HAR 220 Business Majors Choose Two CAS EC 203 Empirical Economics 1 Statistical techniques are presented and applied to a variety of economics problems Extensive use of the statistical software package STATA 4 cr Prereq CAS EC 101 and CAS EC 102 Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M T W 10 00 AM 12 30 PM Rife CGS 527 CAS EC 325 The Economics of Poverty and Discrimination in the United States Prereq CAS EC 201 and CAS EC 305 or CAS EC 203 or CAS EC 303 Examines who is poor in the United States and how the evidence of poverty has changed over time Various economic theories for the causes of poverty and discrimination are presented for examination and discussion 4 cr Prereq CAS EC 201 and CAS EC 305 or CASEC203 or CASEC303 Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M T W 2 00 PM 4 30 PM Tucker CAS B06A CAS EC 341 Monetary and Banking Institutions Survey of commercial and central banking institutions Examination of macro relations between financial organizations and principal objectives of stabilization policy 4 cr Prereq CAS EC 202 Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T W R 10 00 AM 12 30 PM Constantino CAS 203 CAS EC 356 Economics of the Labor Market Application of current theories of labor supply and demand wages education and experience immigration labor efficiency discrimination and unemployment Appraisal of the effects of government policies on labor markets 4 cr Prereq CAS EC 201 Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T W R 6 00 PM 8 30 PM Conde Carvaj EPC 208 CAS EC 392 International Economics II Problems and Policy Basic issues of international finance Topics include the balance of payments balance of payment adjustments theories of exchange rate determination and case studies in international economic policy 4 cr Prereq CAS EC 202 Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T W R 1 00 PM 3 30 PM Carliner CAS 235 CAS EC 403 Game Theory Full Models of decision making in which the choices of different individuals interact basic equilibrium notions in normal form games including signaling games and repeated games Applications include auctions foreign policy takeover bids entry deterrence cooperation and conflict financial markets and public goods 4 cr Prereq CAS MA 121 or CAS MA 123 or CAS MA 127 or consent of instructor Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M T W 6 00 PM 8 30 PM Huynh CAS B06A CAS EC 445 Economics of Risk and Uncertainty Prereq CAS EC 201 CAS EC 202 CAS EC 305 and CAS MA 121 or CAS MA 123 or CAS MA 127 For advanced undergraduates Emphasis on quantitative links between theory and data Topics include expected utility portfolio choice and the capital asset pricing model interest rates and monetary policy the relation between the real economy and the stock market 4 cr Prereq CAS EC 201 CAS EC 202 CAS EC 305 and CASMA121 or CASMA123 or CASMA127 Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T W R 10 00 AM 12 30 PM Persson CAS B36 COM CM 313 Corporate Communication Explores the trends and issues affecting corporations crisis management public affairs communication consumer affairs employee relations environmental problems and issues of multinationals Uses case studies 4 cr Prereq COM CM 301 Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M W 9 30 AM 1 00 PM Quigley COM 213 COM CM 522 Managing Corporate Crises and Issues Review and diagnosis of major crises and issues affecting corporations Case discussions of five types of crises technological confrontational malevolence management failure and management control Examines appropriate management actions and communications before during and after a crisis Reviews issues management monitoring analysis strategy determination and implementation 4 cr Prereq COM CM 301 Grad Prereq COM CM 701 Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 2 30 PM 6 00 PM Shanler COM 215 MET MG 410 Entrepreneurial Management Starting Innovating and Managing Small Medium and Large Sized Ventures Covers the four key elements of successful entrepreneurial management choosing a business organizing financing and marketing Includes preparing a business plan becoming an entrepreneur raising venture capital selling negotiating and building an effective organization Topics given special consideration are the practice of innovation the art of leadership and how to relate talents to succeeding in innovative venture and technology management 4 cr Section Type Days

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  • Communication Internship Program | Boston University Summer Term
    00 PM Shanler COM 215 COM CO 201 Introduction to Communication Writing The core writing course for communication students Students review editing skills and apply those skills to professional writing assignments for the web and print news stories memoirs proposals film scripts and profiles Weekly written assignments and writing workshops offer an emphasis on revision Students consider how text and media work together in informational persuasive and narrative writing for specific audiences Prepares students to write with confidence in communication fields 4 cr Prereq CAS WR 100 or equivalent Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M T R 9 30 AM 12 00 PM Burak COM 111 SA2 Independent M T R 1 30 PM 4 00 PM Atkinson KCB 201 COM FT 303 Understanding Television Examines the ways in which industrial factors and communication policies have shaped the medium that sits in 99 of U S homes We begin by examining television s roots in radio The remainder of the course is broken down into three stages of television history advanced by Rogers Epstein and Reeves 2002 The first category is TVI the period of three network dominance The next stage TVII is characterized by the rise of cable television and the decentering of the three networks We conclude the course by considering the current stage of television TV III in which the era of on demand has further destabilized traditional notions of content audiences producers scheduling and technologies In addition to tracing this development historically and thematically we confront it critically analyzing the connections between power and money in the medium of television 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M W 1 00 PM 5 00 PM Jaramillo HAR 312 COM FT 310 Storytelling for Film and Television Full Required of all undergraduate students in Film Television Introduction to the art and craft of storytelling through the moving image Particular emphasis is given to writing short scripts Topics covered include character development and narrative structure as it applies to shorts features and episodic television 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M W 9 30 AM 1 00 PM Bernstein COM B31 COM FT 353 Production I Full An intensive course in all the fundamental aspects of motion picture production Students learn to use cameras sound recording equipment and editing software and then apply these skills to several short productions Emphasizes the language of visual storytelling and the creative interplay of sound and image 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 1 00 PM 4 30 PM Congosto Mar COM B31 COM JO 250 Fundamentals of Journalism Required of journalism majors The goal is for students to acquire fundamental newsgathering and writing skills needed to thrive as journalists working in any medium The course is based in the classroom but students are expected to learn and adhere to professional newsroom standards Focuses on essential practices and principles that apply to reporters photographers bloggers producers

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  • Graphic & Web Design Internship Program | Boston University Summer Term
    1 00 PM 4 30 PM Walsh COM 206 SA2 Independent M W 1 00 PM 4 30 PM Walsh COM 206 COM CM 443 New Media and Public Relations Explores the effects of new media on the fundamental theories models and practices of public relations Studies how websites blogs citizen journalism social media direct to consumer communication podcasting viral marketing and other technology enabled changes are affecting interpersonal small group and mass media relationships Also covers and uses the interactive tools that are re defining the practice of public relations Combines lecture discussion guest speakers case study and research to help students uncover and appreciate the power and potential of interactive media 4 cr Prereq COM CM 301 Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 9 30 AM 1 00 PM Quigley COM 215 COM CM 502 Promoting Creative Ideas Online Teaches students how to market their creative works online Students learn to identify targeted marketing and distribution platforms for new websites video channels series and blogs etc and how to use social media to find an audience generate buzz and identify potential funding sources Students also learn practical entrepreneurial tools needed to organize their creative work as a business venture 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M W 9 30 AM 1 00 PM Luber COM 210 MET CS 201 Introduction to Programming Introduction to problem solving methods and algorithm development Includes procedural and data abstractions program design debugging testing and documentation Covers data types control structures functions parameter passing library functions and arrays Laboratory exercises in Python 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M W 6 00 PM 9 30 PM Kohn HAR 220 MET CS 232 Programming with Java Covers the elements of object oriented programming and the Java Programming Language Primitive data types control structures methods classes arrays and strings inheritance and polymorphism interfaces creating user interfaces applets exceptions and streams 4 cr Prereq MET CS 201 or instructor s consent Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 6 00 PM 9 30 PM Tizio EPC 206 MET MG 448 Electronic Commerce Systems and Web Design First course in a two course sequence Combines 1 the practical aspect of web design through the use of application software such as Dreamweaver to construct a commercial website with 2 a general overview of the marketing supporting services systems security and business strategy issues facing commercial enterprises 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 6 00 PM 9 30 PM Appeltans HAR 211 SMG MK 469 Communications and Digital Media Strategies Marketing communication strategy has moved beyond advertising to include interactive marketing sales promotions direct marketing public relations and more This course focuses on developing a marketing communication strategy that integrates these tools for more efficient and effective communication Topics include the establishment of objectives based on a situation analysis developing subsequent messages creative and media strategies effectiveness testing

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  • International Studies Internship | Boston University Summer Term
    4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 1 00 PM 4 30 PM Holm CAS 201 CAS IR 365 Rise of China China s political economic and strategic development since the late nineteenth century with emphasis on the period since 1949 Examines three questions In what ways is China rising How did it happen What are the impacts of China s rise on the U S and the global system 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 9 30 AM 1 00 PM Sun IRC 220 CAS IR 511 The Middle East Today A critical survey of the rise and development of modern nations states and economies in the Middle East and North Africa since 1900 that provides context and perspective essential for understanding contemporary issues e g peace process gender relations religion s roles democracy 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 1 00 PM 4 30 PM Aftandilian IRB 102 CAS IR 568 U S Latin American Relations The international context within which Latin American countries operate with primary emphasis on U S policy toward the region Includes historical overview the policy making process itself and case studies of specific policy issues 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M W 1 00 PM 4 30 PM Palmer IRC 220 CAS PO 380 Special Topics in International Relations Topic for Summer 2016 Transitional Justice Explores the questions of accountability justice peace and reconciliation in the aftermath of state sponsored violence and authoritarian rule Examines the application of diverse post conflict mechanisms and institutions such as war crimes tribunals truth commissions reparations and memorialization Includes theoretical discussions as well as case studies 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M W 9 00 AM 12 30 PM Suh HAR 315 MET MG 431 International Marketing Organization of the marketing function in international business How government policies and practices affect marketing Comparative marketing strategies for doing business abroad Examination of case studies 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M W 6 00 PM 9 30 PM Goncalves SHA 201 SAR HS 325 Introduction to Global Health Provides students with an overview of the complex social economic political environmental and biological factors that structure the origins consequences and possible treatments of illness worldwide as well as the promotion of health Students learn about the major themes and concepts shaping the interdisciplinary field of global health and gain an understanding of solutions to health challenges that have been successfully implemented in different parts of the world Major topics include the linkages between global health and economic development the global burden of disease key actors in global health and lessons learned from the HIV AIDS pandemic 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 11 00 AM 2 30 PM Brown CAS 233 SAR HS 345 Global Environmental Public Health Environmental health is associated

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  • Politics, Public Policy & Law Summer Internship Program | Boston University Summer Term
    Race and Ethnicity Social definition of race and ethnicity The adjustment of different ethnic groups and their impact upon U S social life How prejudice and discrimination create class identities and how caste relations have affected patterns of integration during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries Carries social science divisional credit in CAS 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 1 00 PM 4 30 PM Stone SOC 241 COM CM 311 Professional Presentation Introduces students to theories and skills of effective public address through an intensive battery of practical public speaking assignments Course topics include clear reasoned organization of messages effective use of evidence audience analysis and adaptation skilled verbal nonverbal and audio visual delivery group communication principles of persuasion and argument critical listening and evaluation of public address 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 1 00 PM 4 30 PM Joseph COM 111 COM JO 525 Media Law and Ethics Pre req recommended to be taken after COM JO357 Required of all journalism majors An examination of the many ethical issues and dilemmas that face reporters photographers editors and producers and how to resolve them with professional integrity Legal topics include First Amendment libel protection of sources copyright and intellectual property 4 cr Prereq Required of all journalism majors Recommended to be taken after COM JO357 Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T W R 1 30 PM 4 00 PM Lehr CAS 223 MET CJ 344 Drugs and Society Introduction to the sociology of a wide range of legal and illicit drugs Examines social definitions of drugs and conditions of their use Considers deviant drug use and effects of social control on definitions and use 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 6 00 PM 9 30 PM Cadigan SHA 201 MET CJ 510 Special Topics in Criminal Justice Topics for Summer 2016 Summer 1 2016 Special Topic Criminal Justice Policy Planning Introduces students to the concepts of criminal justice policy and planning Provides an understanding of the major theories of planning and their applications to criminal justice settings Teaches the techniques for analyzing problems and developing programs and policies resulting from problem analysis along with program and policy monitoring and evaluation Weekly learning modules emphasize the concept of planned change and evaluation Prepares students to become effective managers decision makers planners and policy makers in the field of criminal justice Summer 2 2016 Special Topic Mental Health Justice Policy The intersection of mental health and criminal justice systems has become a major contemporary issue in our society This course explores the history of mental health policy as situated within the criminal justice system Both historical and contemporary impacts of justice policy are addressed with an understanding of how justice policy impacts treatment within criminal justice settings Examines treatment and policy issues within the domains of policing courts corrections and community reentry Topics addressed include mental health law the impact

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