MGMT-311 Internship in Business
The Internship in Business course permits the student to gain practical work experience in a
business environment. Students select a specific area within the field of business and explore it in
greater depth outside the normal classroom situation. The purpose of the internship is to
provide the student with an understanding of how a business actually operates and how theories
learned in school are applied in the business world.
The internship course is one-credit and available to sophomores, juniors, and seniors with a minimum GPA of 2.00. The course is pass/fail and does not count towards the forty courses required to graduate. Students must gain the approval of his/her dean and the professor to register for the course. Approved internships must be in the field of business and must provide a significant learning experience for the student. Please see the MSB Undergraduate Deans' Office for required paperwork for additional information on gaining approval.
Credits: 1, pass/fail
Prerequisites: Sophomore Standing, Please apply in MSB Undergraduate Deans' Office
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