School of Business & Entrepreneurship - Internships
Lindenwood SB&E internships provide the opportunity for students to learn through on-the-job training at area businesses. Internships allow students to gain experience in their field, determine if they have an interest in a particular career and create a network of contacts, while gaining school credit – all with the prospect of returning to the company after completing their education and requiring little or no training.
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Program Details Internships are available to undergraduates in the fall, spring and summer sessions. The minimum number of academic credit hours that may be earned for an internship during a term is one and the maximum is three. The total number of credits may not exceed nine credit hours for the duration of the student’s degree program. An internship contract, employer interviews and periodic consultation with advisor are required. Approval by the Division Dean is also required for participation.
Program Qualifications 1. Junior Standing
2. Cumulative GPA 3.0
3. GPA 3.0 in major
Contact Information Contact your SB&E academic advisor for internship program participation information.
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