Within the business studies department, there is a 3-credit course available to juniors or seniors titled “Internship in Business.” This seminar course provides hands-on experience and training, networking with professionals in the field, and assessment of your personal career strengths and interests. You’ll spend a minimum of 120 hours working with professionals in the field. In this capstone seminar, students discuss organizational behavior and management concepts.
All Assumption students may also participate in the College’s internship programs and spend a semester gaining practical experience. There are two types of internships available to most Assumption students:
Enroll in an academic internship and work with an academic advisor and the internship site.
Participate in a career internship, which provides valuable experience but does not offer academic credit. This type of internship may be paid or unpaid and it generally occurs during or following the summer of the junior year.
Our students have held internships in a variety of organizations, including: