Internship for Business Administration

Forms for Internships- Undergraduate

Internship Courses

B Bus 497 Internship in Business I (1-3)

Internships involving off-campus participation in the work of an agency, institution, or corporate body other than the University, with collateral academic study. Prerequisite(s): Contingent on the approval of a University at Albany School of Business full-time instructor willing to supervise the study and evaluate on-site reports of the student's progress. Approval of the Undergraduate Affairs Committee also required. Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00. Open only to School of Business majors with a minimum of 75 completed degree credits who have completed the 300-level foundations courses. S/U graded.

B Bus 498 Internship in Business II (1-3)

Internships involving off-campus participation in the work of an agency, institution, or corporate body other than the University, with collateral academic study. Prerequisite(s): Contingent on the approval of a University at Albany School of Business full-time instructor willing to supervise the study and evaluate on-site reports of the student's progress. Approval of the Undergraduate Affairs Committee is also required. Minimum cumulative GPA requirement is 3.00. Open only to School of Business majors with a minimum of 75 completed degree credits.Internship experience must be different from that of B Bus 497. S/U graded

Information for Employers:

"The School of Business advertised the position; within days I had ten to fifteen resumes. Deirdre set up 6 interviews and I chose two students. I had only planned on hiring one, but had such a great pool of candidates, I chose two." -Craig Devoe, Account Executive, Apple (MBA, class of 2005)Found 2 undergraduate interns through the School of Business Career Development Office

Students bring significant, just-in-time skills to the companies they serve. Employers may post internships on the School of Business Job Board.

For more information please contact Deidre Sweeny at mailto:dsweeney@albany.edu or (518) 442-4042.