What advice would you give other students?
“Network yourself with faculty and students and take advantage of all of the services that the college has to offer. Always network because you never know when faculty or classmates could help to provide job opportunities. Be sure to utilize college services that are available such as Barbara Roback in Career Services, as she can help you appear more attractive as a job candidate.”
Information Technology Management B.B.A.
Course DescriptionInternship Orientation Seminar
This course will be taken in the semester prior to the student’s internship experience. Topics include the role of the internship in the student’s professional development, formulating personal and professional goals, the current employment outlook in the Information Technology field, employer expectations of an intern, formulating a job search strategy, the role of networking through the use of personal contacts and referrals, interviewing skills, the work environment in large, medium and small organizations. The documents and methods that will be used to evaluate the student during the internship will be clearly defined. Prerequisite: At least junior status, or permission of the instructor 1 credit (1 lecture hour), 15 weeks, fall and spring semester