Course Descriptions - Internship and Independent Study
Business Administration 470, 471 SPECIAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Research, analysis, and evaluation of practices, problems, or processes in business of special interest to business majors in their senior year. Offered by special arrangement.
Prerequisite: Senior standing 3-6 Hours, 1-2 Semesters
Business Administration 490, 491 BUSINESS INTERNSHIP
An intensive program of work experience with a business or corporation. Combines both experiential learning with traditional academic work through required term essay and presentation of internship results to an appropriate class. Internships are available in Accounting, Economics, Finance, and Management. Internship course specifications and “learning contract” forms are available through the Office of Career Services. Students interested must be of junior or senior standing and have at least a 2.5 grade point average.
Prerequisite: Approval of faculty sponsor, the appropriate Associate Dean, and the Provost. 3 Hours, 1-2 Semesters
HONR 480 NICHOLS HONORS SEMINAR
Upon successful completion of three (3) one credit special honors project /paper assignments within three courses with a semester grade of B+ or higher in each, a student will be eligible for invitation to the annual Nichols Honors Seminar – an interdisciplinary advanced course. The topic of the seminar will change from year to year.
3 Hours, 1 Semester