MGT 425 - Management Internship
Prerequisite(s): Junior standing and permission of faculty advisor, faculty internship coordinator, and department chair
Placement is in a small business or major corporation. The intern applies various analytic techniques to the operation of a business. Business supervision provides a variety of assignments for a thorough acquaintance with organizational functions. This is a pass/fail course. May be repeated for credit up to a 12-credit maximum.
The internship may be 3 to 12 credits, depending on the student's and employer's needs, although only three credits are required. In order to apply, the student must have a minimum of 2.5 GPA. If a student does not qualify for the internship by holding the minimum 2.5 GPA, two options are available:
Option 1: The student may retake the courses or take other elective courses to reach the 2.5 requirement, and then apply to intern;
Option 2: Student must complete a three-credit 300-400 level business class under the rubric of ACC, IHT, COM, CMM, MGT, MKT, SPB, or POL 325: Public Administration or Calculus (MAT 231), which is required by many graduate programs.
Offered as needed.