Service Learning

New Hanover Regional Medical Center Interns, from left to right: Kyle Kennedy, Erin Danneker, Karina Villalobos, Elizabeth Paluso, Paige Garner, Mallory Clayton, Kaitlin Todd

Photo: New Hanover Regional Medical Center Interns, from left to right: Kyle Kennedy, Erin Danneker, Karina Villalobos, Elizabeth Paluso, Paige Garner, Mallory Clayton, Kaitlin Todd

Departmental Internship Academic Credit Requirements

BUS 498 - Internship in Business (Can apply to any concentration)

Credits: 1 - 6

Prerequisites:

  1. Junior or senior standing
  2. Consent of department chairperson
  3. Admission to Cameron School of Business.

The chairperson may consider grade point average and individual course grades as they pertain to the internship being considered.

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ACG 498 - Internship In Accountancy

Credits: 1- 6

Prerequisites:

  1. Admission to Cameron School of Business(Accountancy Option)
  2. Completion of ACG 301 and ACG 306
  3. Overall grade point average of 3.0 or greater

Involves the application of accounting knowledge in a "real world" setting. The participant receives hands-on experience under the guidance of a manager from a business, not-for-profit organization or CPA firm.

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BLA 498 - Internship in Business Law

Credits: 1 - 6

Prerequisites:

  1. Junior or Senior standing
  2. 3.00 overall grade point average
  3. Consent of the department chairperson
  4. Completion of BLA 361

The internship activity must involve an aspect of the legal system that is approved by the Department Chair.

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ECN 498 - Internship in Economics

Credits: 1- 6

Prerequisites:

  1. Junior or Senior status
  2. Consent of department chairperson
  3. Admission to Cameron School of Business

The class involves the application of economics concepts in a "real world" setting. The participant receives hands-on experience under the joint guidance of a manager from a business or not-for-profit organization and a faculty supervisor.

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EBD 498 - Internship in Entrepreneurship and Business Development

Credits: 1 - 6

Prerequisites:

  1. EBD 380
  2. Junior or Senior standing
  3. 3.00 GPA in the Cameron School of Business
  4. Admission to the Cameron School of Business.

Involves the application of entrepreneurship and business development knowledge in a real world setting.

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FIN 498 - Internship in Finance

Credits: 1- 6

Prerequisites:

  1. Junior or Senior status
  2. Consent of department chairperson
  3. Admission to Cameron School of Business

The class involves the application of financial concepts in a "real world" setting. The participant receives hands-on experience under the joint guidance of a manager from a business or not-for-profit organization and a faculty supervisor.

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MIS 498 - Internship in Information Systems

Credits: 1 - 6

Prerequisites:

  1. Consent of faculty supervisor
  2. Admission to Cameron School of Business

The participant will receive practical training and experience under the guidance of the staff of a business or government organization and a faculty supervisor.

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INB 498 - Internship in International Business

Credits: 1 - 6

Prerequisites:

  1. INB 300
  2. 3:00 GPA
  3. Admission to Cameron School of Business
  4. Consent of International Business Concentration director

Involves the application of international business education in organizations participating in some level of international business activity.

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MGT 498 - Internship in Management

Credits: 1 - 6

Prerequisites:

  1. MGT 350
  2. Junior or Senior standing
  3. 3.00 GPA in the Cameron School of Business
  4. Admission to the Cameron School of Business.
  5. For students seeking a HRM internship, MGT 356 must be completed

Involves the application of management in a real world setting.

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MKT 498 - Internship in Marketing

Credits: 1 - 6

Prerequisites:

  1. MKT 340 plus 6 additional hours in marketing
  2. 3.00 overall GPA
  3. Senior standing
  4. Admission to Cameron School of Business.

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OPS 498 - Internship in Operations Management

Credits: 1 - 6

Prerequisites:

  1. Consent of faculty supervisor
  2. Admission to Cameron School of Business

Involves the application of quantitative and systems skills developed in the academic environment to problems in a real-world operating environment. The participant will receive practical training and experience under the guidance of the staff of a local business or government organization and a faculty supervisor. Available internships are filled on a competitive basis.

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