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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 393 or 793. The program will help you:

  • Strengthen the connections between the classroom and business world
  • Clarify educational and career goals
  • Provide an effective financial source for tuition cost
  • Improve your academic performance, and also develop opportunities and vital networking with leading firms and their executives
  • Work/employment duration. You must intern a minimum of 100 hours per quarter of enrollment in the internship.
  • Research paper. You must research the employment firm and produce a report on the objectives attained during the enrolled internship phase.
  • Review process. The program coordinator or employing firm must review the intern's total effort and give a final course grade assignment.
  • Journal. As an intern, you must keep a daily journal that reflects how you achieved the objectives of the position.
  • Class meetings. There are two class sessions scheduled each quarter at times mutually convenient to students and the program coordinator. The purpose of these meetings is to ensure student learning and discuss the learning process.
  • Supervisor evaluation. Your supervising employer will review your work performance.
  • Personal evaluation. You must evaluate your total performance at the conclusion of the internship phase.

Getting Started

Academic Requirements

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

  • Completion of MGT 300 Managerial Concepts and Practices.
  • Completion of sophomore studies.
  • Overall GPA must be in good standing (for specific questions on GPA requirements, email the Department of Management & Entrepreneurship).

Reward and Benefits

  • Earn credits toward your degree.
  • Transcript records your venture into the internship program.
  • Your current/future job will include your internship attainment, which employers favor.