While pursuing a degree within the Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies, you have the opportunity to earn academic credit and real-world business experience. The Harmon College Internship Office can help you find internship opportunities to apply for, and facilitates the internship course to challenge you to apply classroom knowledge directly in your internship.
Social media is the quickest way to stay up-to- date with the internship opportunities our office finds. You may also visit the office to discuss other opportunities and for help searching.
Once you have been offered an internship, we need a few things from you in order to get you enrolled in the internship course, and one step closer to completing your degree.
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Accounting, Aviation Management, Computer Information Systems, Economics, Entrepreneur and Social Enterprise, Finance, Management, Marketing, Crisis and Disaster Management, Events Management and Marketing, and Sport Management.
Graduate level: Accounting, Computer Information Systems, MBA, and Sport Management.
Basic requirements for undergraduate students are 60 completed credit hours, admission to the BSBA and a 2.5 GPA. The GPA requirement varies slightly with major, so be sure you check out the Harmon College Internship Application and Requirements to be sure you meet the pre-requisites.
Graduate level requirements are student specific, so be sure you take your internship application and job description with you when you meet with your program advisor to determine if internship credit is a fit for you and your plan of study.
There are two components to the requirements for passing the internship course. One component is the work hour requirement. Our most common enrollment is 3 credit hours, which is a minimum of 210 work hours, or 6 credit hours, which is a minimum of 390 work hours.
The other component is the course assignments. These are designed to challenge you throughout the duration of your internship, to help you apply classroom knowledge and reflect on your ability and skills.
All of the course work is available on Blackboard, allowing you to complete an internship in any city, state or country!
An internship is one of the components of the Harmon Professional Edge program. The Edge program can provide you a competeitve edge agains the competition.Click here to learn more about the Professional Edge Program
Still need more reasons to do an internship?
Close to 70% of our interns are offered full-time or part-time employment after their internship.
Average pay is typically above minimum wage - to highlight a few, most recently Management interns averaged $16.65/hour; Marketing interns averaged $15.92/hour and Economics interns averaged $14/hour.
Give us call at 660-543-8432 or stop by Ward Edwards 1600.
We look forward to connecting you with opportunities to gain real-world experience toward your degree.