Each year, hundreds of School of Management students earn academic credit for internship participation through the Internships and Experiential Learning program. 

Undergraduate (sophomore, junior and senior) and graduate students in good academic standing may use our program. Services include:
  • Ability to apply to internship postings in BizLink 
  • Potential to earn three elective credits for 150 hours of internship participation
  • Access to internships focused on projects related to your concentration
  • Potential for formal recognition during our annual Internship Awards Reception
  • Opportunities for paid internships
  • Support before, during and after your internship experience

Quick Facts

  • Internships can occur in the fall, spring or summer
  • Students are allowed to earn money and academic credit for internship participation
  • Internships found through personal contacts can be reviewed for academic credit eligibility
  • Employers expect to see at least one internship on student resumes before graduation