The poverty studies internship must deal directly with people living in poverty and must be completed as an 8-10 week full-time summer experience. Normally, the internship will be undertaken after successful completion of PVS-101 and completed prior to the beginning of the junior year. Sites must be approved by the Poverty Studies Coordinator and Furman’s Internship Program Director.
and, at least five more courses:
With no more than two from any one discipline, which must include at least one course from either economics or political science.
No more than one May Experience may contribute to minor requirements.