On-site supervised work experience combined with a structured academic learning plan directed by a faculty member or a faculty-staff team in which a faculty member is the instructor of record, for which academic credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion. Prerequisites: Concurrent Internship; Instructor Permission.
Dates: May 20 - August 9, 2019; Variable credit 1-6; required application & concurrent internship required; Instructor Permission; Contact Amanda Simpfenderfer, email@example.com; Cross listed w/SINT 090 OL1.
An internship is experiential learning that combines classroom learning within a professional setting either domestically or internationally. This opportunity is open to Grossman School of Business students who have an internship and are looking to earn academic credit for their experience. An internship for credit requires an on-site supervisor who will coordinate and communicate with the GSB Internship Coordinator to provide the structured academic learning plan for each student. This course is designed to help students connect classroom learning to the workplace, reflect and learn from these experiences, as well as the impact of the experience on their overall career goals and understanding of their chosen field. The 094 course is a variable credit course and you must register for the correct amount of credits as outlined below: <45 hours = 1 credit 45-90 hours = 2 credits 90-135 hours = 3 credits 135-180 hours = 4 credits 180-225 hours = 5 credits 225+ hours = 6 credits
Students are expected to secure an internship on their own and complete all assignments through blackboard
Introductory Quiz 6 pts Pre-Assessment 4pts Handshake Update 10 pts Weekly Journal Reflection 30-75 pts *total points depends on length of internship Final Reflection Paper 20 pts Discussion Board Posts 10 pts Site Supervisor Mid-Internship Eval. 5 pts Site Supervisor Final Evaluation 5 pts Updated Resume 10 pts
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