Undergraduate Academic Information

The Academic Achievement Center

Academic Advising

Academic Internships

Internships across the curriculum are a critical part of the College's connected learning philosophy. Internships (also known as practica, clinicals, and student teaching) serve several purposes. They help students:

  • Apply theoretical knowledge gained through coursework to a non-academic setting
  • Learn/strengthen technical, professional, interpersonal, and work performance skills
  • Demonstrate a strong work ethic in a professional setting
  • Explore and refine career choices and professional next steps
  • Enhance and develop professional skills
  • Network with professionals in the field
  • Enhance marketability for employment
  • Prepare for future graduate school education
  • Work with diverse populations
  • Develop strong team-work and collaborative skills

Each academic major's internship practices are designed to meet licensure, certification, and professional requirements and expectations, and, thus, internships differ across departments. In every major, internships are an integral component of a comprehensive program, which includes course preparation, the internship work experience, mentoring, guided supervision, and reflection. Internship requirements can range anywhere from 120 to 400 hours in a semester. Some majors, such as Human Services, Sociology, Psychology, Athletic Training, and Education require more than one internship.

Learn more about Internship Programs at Lasell.

Accelerated Degree Option


The Capstone Experience

Center for Academic Advising and First Year Programs

Center for Community-Based Learning

Connected Learning Symposium

Course Descriptions - Numbering System

Cross-Registration with Regis College

English as a Second Language (ESL)

Fifth Year Option

First Year Seminar

Holway Child Study Centers

Honors Program

Information Technology Services

International Service-Learning (Shoulder-to-Shoulder)

Jessie S. Brennan Library

Lasell's Early Action Partnership for Student Success

The Lasell Plan of Education: Connected Learning

Linked Credits

Mid-Term Progress Reports

Nancy Lawson Donahue ‘49 Institute for Ethics, Diversity, and Inclusion

RoseMary B. Fuss Teaching and Learning Center

RoseMary B. Fuss Center for Research on Aging and Intergenerational Studies


Services for Students with Disabilities

Study Abroad-International Education

Summer and Winter Online Undergraduate Courses