College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Plant Science & Landscape Architecture

PLSC389: Internship

PLSC 389 is offered in the Fall semester and taught by Dr. Mark Caroll. Landscape Architecture students enroll in LARC 389.

Students: You must make sure to get approval of your internship through Dr. Mark Carroll before July 1st. We want to make sure you get the best experience out of your internship.


1. Email Dr. Mark Carroll ( with a brief (ie., 1 to 2 paragraph) description of your proposed internship. The description should focus on your expected internship responsibilities and what you expect to get out of your internship experience.

2. Before starting your internship, have your supervisor complete and send directly to Dr. Carroll the Internship offer form (i.e. first two pages of the linked document).

3. Once your internship is approved by Dr Carroll you will receive a document outlining the requirements for the Internship Journal. Journal entries should made while you are doing your internship.

  • Dr. Mark Carroll will email Diana Cortez ( once he has approved your request. You must email Diana your UID# so she may lift the block.

Learn more about the course below!

Course Objectives:

  1. To become informed about internship learning experiences.
  2. To learn about career opportunities.
  3. To become familiar with the university career counseling services.

Course Requirements:

  1. Completion of a ten-twelve week internship, which meets PSLA criteria.
  2. Submittal of the internship supervisor's evaluation.
  3. Submittal of an internship journal documenting the internship responsibilities, learning experiences and mentorship. An evaluation of the overall internship experience should also be included.
  4. Class presentation.
  5. Submittal of weekly internship presentation summaries.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Students will develop technical and knowledge-based skills in the required areas of study.
  • Students will use technical and basic learned knowledge to collaborate, solve problems and then articulate conclusions.
  • Students shall develop effective communication skills and demonstrate the ability to present ideas with clarity to an appropriate audience.
  • Students will connect and build relationships with external groups in the appropriate fields of study.

For more information, please contact Dr. Mark Carroll at

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