Lower division business requirements, and
CSIS 161 Programming I
CSIS 162 Programming II
CSIS 237 Data Structure & Algorithms
CSIS 247 Introduction to Computer Networks
CSIS 333 Database Management Systems
Internships for CBE students are posted on the Internship Bulletin Board located in South Hall. These opportunities are also emailed to junior and senior majors of CBE, with more than 60 credits, who have not opted out of internship email notifications. You can also find internships by searching the career pages of company websites or by utilizing job search engines such as Indeed.com or Internships.com
Most internship descriptions that list Business Administration as a preferred major will hire Economics graduates. Economics is broad field, so request any internship descriptions that sound interesting
Yes it can, if there are additional duties that can be added to the job so that it can be considered a learning experience.
After submitting your internship application, you will need to submit a detailed job description from your employer, your current DAR, and a cover letter (how will this internship help your career goals). During your internship, you will need to submit a report after every 40-45 hours worked, and the department chair will visit the site of your internship and talk with your supervisor and you (the intern). After your internship, your employer will need to fill out the Employer’s Intern Evaluation Form. Once the internship is completed, you will need to submit an internship final report. See Internship Process.
Yes, in almost all cases the faculty internship supervisor will visit with you and your employer during a site visit. Internship site ‘visits’ may involve Skype, email, or other technology solutions, depending upon distance and availability.
Darryl Miller: Management/Marketing
Charlie Corcoran: Accounting/Finance
Hamid Tabesh: Economics
Hossein Najafi: Computer Science and Information Systems
Yes. During the summer of 2013 we had two internships in China, one internship in New Zealand, and one internship in Missouri.
Academic internships for credit must be approved and completed in the current semester, not a previous semester.