FMI 390 Internship

Provides the opportunity for students to gain career-related experience in a professional environment outside of the classroom. Students identify opportunities and apply for internships independently. Student placements must be approved before the start of the internship. The internship coordinator offers faculty oversight of the academic component and guidance of the on-site internship. Students demonstrate achievement of goals with a regular journal, a self-evaluation, a site evaluation, and an on-site visit from the internship coordinator. Students must complete 120-hours in their internship.


3 credits


A grade of P in FMI 290 and permission of the instructor


Fall, Winterim, Spring, and Summer