BAS in Business Management Internship
As part of the BAS in Business Management Program, students will engage in an internship with local businesses, entrepreneurs, non-profits, or governmental units. The internship will use the students' acquired knowledge, skills and abilities to provide input to the organization. While doing the internship, students will meet once a week with their instructor and other classmates to discuss the different internship experiences. The internship requirement is a minimum of 100 hours, and is recommended to be taken the final quarter of the program.
Students will not be able to graduate until the internship has been completed.
Upon completion of the internship and course, the student will be able to:
- apply the learning achieved from the coursework to specific problems and opportunities that exist in the organization.
- articulate the key challenges and opportunities that the organization faces.
- develop an action plan for a defined organizational issue.
During the internship, the student will:
- apply critical thinking to professional practice.
- recognize the needs of the particular organization.
- analyze the working environment.
- identify areas of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
- prepare written and oral reports.
- utilize theory and practice from the classroom.