Internship

Internship courses allow practical application of classroom knowledge and intentional development of skills applicable to the student's professional growth. This experience focuses on the combination and integration of various concepts by applying them to the analysis and solution of problems viewed in the context of business studies: management, marketing, human resources, finance, etc. The internship experience requires 135 hours of relevant field work at the internship site in addition to scheduled class meetings. Students will be under the supervision of faculty and site supervisors. Students will gain practical hands-on experience, enhance skills learned in the classroom, and acquire contacts with professionals in the field. Students will be expected to complete reflections and demonstrate learning through a final project or presentation. Internship courses are graded pass/fail. Course is restricted to junior or senior status. May be repeated once.

Grade Basis: Pass/Fail
Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 0
Practicum/Clinical/Studio/Student Teaching/Field Work/Internship hours: 135

Prerequisites:

  • junior or senior status

Restrictions:

  • Junior or Senior status

Last updated: 08/10/2021