Integrates academic and work experiences for enhanced learning.
Tailored to student and sponsor needs.
Amount of credit is based on hours worked (To earn 3 credit hours you need to work 120 hours with the sponsor).
You may enroll in between 3 and 12 credit hours.
Grade is included in your GPA.
nternships may be an elective for the Management and Marketing minors.
If you take an accounting internship, up to 6 credit hours can be included in your 33 credit hours of accounting requirements. It may also count as part of your professional experience.
To initiate your academic internship first contact Robert Boyd, Director of School of Business Interns (Boyd@geneseo.edu or visit South 102 during office hours)
The Academic Component of the Program includes:
Each individual is assigned an academic advisor
Weekly activity journals
Five on-line learning modules
Midterm and final sponsor evaluation
Written and oral report at end of semester.
Grading For Academic Credit Internships
The internship agreement identifies projects and responsibilities of the intern. The sponsor will evaluate the student mid-way through the internship and at the end. This will represent 50% of the grade.
Weekly Journals documenting hours worked, experiences, progress towards learning objectives and discussion with faculty advisor as appropriate. This will represent 10% of the grade.
Participation in learning modules will represent 15% of grade.
Oral presentation at end of internship 20% of grade
Written report based on the oral presentation 10% of grade.