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Management Internship Program

​Gain real-world experience by participating in the Management Internship Program, which will provide you with the skills needed to navigate your career after graduation.

To participate in the program, you must enroll in Management Internship MGT 393 or MGT 793. The program will help you:

  • Strengthen the connections between the classroom and business world
  • Clarify educational and career goals
  • Help you develop professional opportunities and provide vital networking experience
  • Work/employment duration. You must work a minimum of 100 hours per quarter while enrolled in the class.
  • Weekly Assignments and Discussions. Class assignments/discussions allow you to virtually meet and learn from your classmates, take stock of your experience and reflect on what you’re learning.
  • Review process. Your supervisor will provide a final evaluation of your performance.
  • Class meetings. The class is offered Online Asynchronous.
  • Supervisor evaluation. Your supervisor will review your work performance.
  • Personal evaluation. You will evaluate your performance at the conclusion of the internship.

Getting Started

  • Click here to register with the Blue Demon Internships platform where you will also fill out a personal profile.
  • Once you complete the above steps, you can find the internship application on your dashboard under "Internship Course Application."

Academic Requirements

You must meet the following criteria to be considered for Management Internship Program:

  • Overall GPA must be in good standing.
  • Completion of MGT 300 Managerial Concepts and Practices (undergraduate students)
  • MGT 393 can fulfill the EL (Experiential Learning) requirement or a Management Elective. MGT 393 may provide options in completing degree requirements. Schedule an​ appointment with any College of Business Academic Advisor to discuss these option​s.

Reward and Benefits

  • Earn credits toward your degree (see your academic advisor for options).
  • Gain valuable work experience
  • Develop transferable skills and build your professional network