Career & Professional Development


Students have two options when gaining internship experience. They can complete an internship that is non-credit bearing or an internship for course credit.

Note: Students must have earned at least 60 credit hours to complete an internship for academic credit. Please check with your individual department to determine if your major has additional requirements related to internships for academic credit.

If you are seeking credit and do not yet have 60 credit hours, please consider taking our Exploring Your Major and Career Path course.

15 Ways to Stand Out as an Intern

Internship Update Form – Tell us where you’re interning!

Department of Labor Standards for Unpaid, Non-credit Bearing Internships

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Career and Professional Development Highlights

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