Getting Your Foot in the Door
Completing an internship is a necessity for entering the business world upon graduation.
Whether you're in search of an internship for BUSX 460 Professional Experience or for credit from your major/concentration's department, we're here to help.
Career & Internship Resources
Discover resources for finding an internship and tips on landing the job.
If you have questions or need advice, the Office of Student Academic and Career Services is your "one-stop shop." Schedule an appointment or stop by Stephens Hall, room 301, during walk-in hours on Tuesdays and Wednesdays
from 2 to 3 p.m.
You can also explore the many resources available through the TU Career Center that can help you connect with internships and jobs.
BUSX 460 Professional Experience
This reflective course with an internship component is required for all accounting,
business administration and e-business majors and is typically taken in a student's
junior or senior year. Learn what you need to know for this unique program.
Internships by Department
Each department offers a course through which students can earn credit that counts
toward their major/concentration for completing an internship. See instructions and
forms for each department below.
Accounting - ACCT 497 Instructions & Form (PDF)
Economics - ECON 497 Instructions & Form (PDF)
Finance - FIN 497 Instructions & Form (PDF)
e-Business - EBTM 497/498 Instructions & Form (PDF)
Management - MNGT 497/498 Instructions & Form (PDF)
Marketing - MKTG 497/HONR 493 Internship Procedures & Form (PDF)
Students at Work
Across the Baltimore/Washington D.C. corridor and beyond, CBE interns can be found
working for at businesses, government agencies and nonprofit organizations. Students
intern at organizations big and small, including Fortune 500 companies like McCormick
and Co., Stanley Black and Decker, PricewaterhouseCoopers, T. Rowe Price, Northrop
Grumman, KPMG, Morgan Stanley and Marriott International.