Chapman University will not be sending students to participate in the 2014 Spring Capital Semester Program. The Political Science Department will be reviewing the Capital Semester Program during the 2014 Spring Semester.
The Capital Semester Program, sponsored through the Fund for American Studies, gives undergraduate students the opportunity to complete a semester internship in Washington, D.C. while taking courses through Georgetown University.
Students intern approximately 30 hours a week in Congressional offices, think tanks, international organizations, nonprofits, foreign embassies, lobbying firms or media outlets. Students are also enrolled full-time at Georgetown University, where they participate in a rigorous curriculum consisting of the following three courses.
- Theories of Constitutional Interpretation (Govt 408)
- Economics and Public Policy Issues (Econ 219)
- Public Affairs Internship Semester (Govt 241)
For more information about applying for the Capital Semester Program, please contact the Political Science Department at (714) 628-2767. See also DC Internships.