Apr 09, 2020  
2013-2014 Graduate Academic Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Graduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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EMM 5390 - Advanced Business Internship


This is a fourth-year business course designed for,Business and e-Business & Commerce majors; it is a,capstone learning experience which should be taken,in the student’s final semester. This course,offers students an opportunity to participate in,an intensive, hands-on management-level work,experience in a business or not-for-profit setting,that complements individual career aspirations.,After finding an appropriate internship site,,student interns will apply their business skills,in a project-based context to help the,organization address a problem or capitalize on an,opportunity. In addition to the workplace,projects, interns will research current,information pertaining to their projects, conduct,”site analysis” evaluations, analyze “critical,incidents,” submit final written reports and,present oral summaries to their peers. Upon,completion of this course students should have,gained valuable business experiences, acquired,strong insights into an industry and an,organization and made career-building contacts.
Prerequisite(s): Must have completed at least 18 credits of business,requirements or have permission of the program director.
Credit(s): 3



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