Participating in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business internship program provides students the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills they have gained in the classroom into a work environment. Students must meet the guidelines listed under each course to qualify for the respective course.
ACCT 4250, ECN 4250, FIN 4250, MGT 4250, and MIS 4250
Students wishing to complete the advanced internship course should meet the following guidelines:
MGT 4250 ONLY: Students wishing to take MGT 4250 must have a management faculty member agree to mentor their internship experience. With the faculty member, complete the form found at http://huntsman.usu.edu/advising/files/uploads/Management_Internship.pdf and return the completed form to their Huntsman School academic advisor.
Regional Campus students desiring a MGT 4250 internship, please contact Daniel Allen at email@example.com.
All other Huntsman School of Business students should submit to their academic advisor an offer letter containing the following:
The offer letter should be typewritten, on company letterhead, signed by the direct supervisor. Download Sample Offer Letter.
Undergraduate students can earn the following number of credits:
|ACCT 4250||3 Credits|
|ECN 4250||1 to 9 Credits|
|FIN 4250||1 to 9 Credits|
|MGT 4250||1 to 3 Credits|
|MIS 4250||1 to 3 credits. 3 credits required for MIS Majors.|
The number of credits available depends on the hours spent working. Interns will also receive a Pass or Fail grade based on work performance.
|Credits Available||Paid Work Hours per Week||Paid Work Hours per Semester||Volunteer Work Hours per Week||Volunteer Work Hours per Semester|
Students wishing to complete the graduate internship course should meet the following guidelines:
•Be working toward a Master’s degree in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business
•Have a business internship that will qualify for graduate internship credit (to be determined on a case-by-case basis)
•Business-related job duties should be over 50 percent of time spent on the position
•Students working toward graduate degrees should contact the appropriate departmental faculty advisor