FMI 351 Internship

3 credits, Fall and Spring

Engages students in experiential learning. Students plan and participate in an internship coordinated by a faculty director. Students meet weekly in a classroom seminar to research internship opportunities, organize and write résumés, outline internship goals and objectives, and practice interviewing skills. Students then obtain and complete an internship consisting of at least 120 hours in an off-campus professional environment (business, government agency, non-profit organization, etc.). Students gain practical, career-related experience working under the supervision of an on-site employer.

Prerequisite(s): FMI 201, FMI 211, FMI 221