Clinical Internships consist of one part-time clinical experience and three full-time clinical experiences: Introduction
to Clinical Internship in the second semester that is in house and supervised by faculty; Clinical Internship I that is
in the summer semester following second semester and consists of a full-time six-week rotation; Clinical Internship II
that takes place in the fall semester and consists of a six-week rotation. Clinical Internship III takes place in the
fourth or spring semester and consists of a seven-week rotation.
*Courses may be taken prior to admission to the program or during any semester of the program.
**Course may be taken prior to admission to the program or during the first semester.
***Course needs to be taken during the first semester.
****Students are required to complete PARM 111 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation prior to Clinical Internship I.
Students enrolling in an Allied Health program should be aware that clinical facilities require criminal background checks
and drug screening of those involved in client care. In some instances, such checks will be needed to take licensure exams.
Based on this, Kaskaskia College will require background checks and drug screening upon entry into the program. Students will
not be allowed to participate in courses when their background check makes them ineligible for the work to be performed. The
cost of such screening will be included in program fees.
The program requirements presented here are effective Spring 2008. Previous versions of the KC Catalog are
available in their entirety at our catalog archive
. If you are uncertain about which catalog you should reference, please
contact an academic advisor. Please contact an academic advisor with questions regarding course registration or