Prerequisites: IFMG 352 and 390, consent of department chairperson
Positions with participating business, industry, or governmental organizations provide the student with experience in systems analysis. Note: Course can be taken as a three-credit major-area elective requirement.
As part of the internship, the student will assume roles and responsibilities that will complement, supplement, and enhance his/her skills gained through the academic curriculum. The student will apply his/her skills in a real-life setting and gain the experience of working in a real organization with the aim of being better prepared in assuming job roles and responsibilities upon his/her graduation.
The internship in Information Systems and Decision Sciences should involve any combination of the following experiences:
The duties and function of the departmental supervisor involve the following activities:
The organizational supervisor is responsible for the following activities:
Prior to beginning formal employment, the supervisor will provide to the department a letter stating the student’s pay rate, hours, and task-specific duties per the items listed under "Work Experience" detailed above.
The student will follow these steps in obtaining an internship: