School of Business and Management
The School of Business and Management Internship Program is designed to provide practical, hands-on experiences for students through internships at organizations and companies. All bachelor’s degree candidates in the School of Business and Management are required to complete 120 to 150 hours (3 units) of field experience in an internship position directly related to their major. Students may complete their internships by working during the academic year or during the summer. Internship positions may be part-time or full-time, and either paid or unpaid. The internship requirement gives students the opportunity to develop skills, abilities and accomplishments necessary to transition successfully from college to career.
The Internship Program is administered through a partnership between the School of Business and Management and the NDNU Career Center. The program is a structured practical experience managed under the supervision of qualified academic and business professionals.
- Internship Program Information for Students
- General Student Internship Work/Career Resources
- Employer Internship Resources
The university's career resources are currently housed in the Campus Center (next to the Cafeteria). You can also visit the Career Center online.
Dr. James Kelley
School of Business and Management Faculty Advisor