Getting academic credit for an internship

Students are eligible to earn up to a total of 3 academic credits through the internship program. Undergraduates in their junior or senior year and graduate students are eligible to apply for up to three internship credits.

Students must receive approval for internship credits BEFORE internship hours are started. Internships are NOT approved retroactively. In other words, students cannot apply for credit for an internship that is already completed. All internships must receive prior approval to count toward academic credit. Also, only three internship credits or waivers can count toward a student’s degree. For example, if the student has already completed a zero-credit internship that waived three experiential credits, the student cannot take more academic internship credits.

Beginning in Fall 2017, to get academic credit for an internship:

Before the Internship

Step 1:  Go on ZagWeb and make sure you have at least 60 credits and your GPA is at least 3.0.

Step 2:  Download and complete School of Business Administration Learning Agreement (PDF) and Internship Registration form (PDF).  Note:  Read requirements before signing.

Step 3: Secure site supervisor’s signature on Learning Agreement.

Step 4: Submit complete Internships Learning Agreement and Internship Registration Form by emailing or dropping off the forms at the front desk of Career and Professional Development office in Crosby.

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