As all BYU-Idaho internships are academic courses, you will receive credit and a grade for your approved experience.
Although the Academic Discovery Center processes your paperwork, you will actually register for a course under the direction of your Department Internship Coordinator.
You should obtain a syllubus from the faculty, as there will typically be some type of homework - assignments, reports, summaries, journaling - that you will be required to turn in during or after your experience. You submit all of the syllabus-related assignments to your faculty coordinator.
You must also submit an end-of-experience evaluation - failure to do so will affect your grade.
Your coordinator will then issue your grade at the end of the semester. (Note that internship courses do not post mid-term grades. Regardless of when your experience ends, no grades will be posted until the semester is over.)
If your experience ends after the end of the semester, you will want to discuss grading with your faculty coordinator. All evaluations will open in time for an end-of-semester grade, or your faculty may decide to hold your grade until you are done. In this case, a "T" grade will appear until you are done, at which time the faculty will submit a "change of grade" form to issue your "real" grade. "T" grades for internships should not affect your ability to register for the following semester's courses, or otherwise adversely affect your student standing. Your internship will not be considered "complete", however, until the grade is issued.
If you have questions or issues in regard to your grade - you should visit your faculty coordinator. The ADC office does not have control or say in your grade.