The Internship in Business provides three academic credits that count as a Manning elective for working in a business related position that integrates more than one business discipline with a minimum of 11 hours per week for a single semester. After developing a proposal in cooperation with their employer, students obtain the permission of the internship coordinator to enroll in the course. Students then perform their designated work duties during the semester, and also write a reflective term paper which describes their work experience and relates it to their academic work in the other courses taken at UML. The grading of the internship course is based upon the evaluation from the employer and course deliverable determined by the internship coordinator.
Students must be in a Manning Sch. of Bus.Concentration. Students must be at least first sem. Juniors with a GPA greater than 3.0. Permission of Instructor required.