This course takes the place of a Master's thesis. Students will arrange with their advisor and the Internship Coordinator an appropriate setting for the internship, negotiate any arrangements necessary for on-site supervision, and develop a written proposal. Students will be expected to do complete all assignments required in the online course including proposal development.
- Relevant Human Resource professional experience for those students who lack such experience.
- Professional experience in a different setting for those students who have limited experience.
- Professional evaluation of student's work which he/she may use as a reference.
- An opportunity for students to use classroom theories and concepts in a structured work environment.
The content of the course will vary as student's interests and placements vary. The on-the-job internship, however, should be a meaningful experience for the student's future goals. It is one which will strengthen and reinforce information learned in the classroom.
- Students will be expected to perform at a level of professional expertise consistent with their previous experience and education. This performance will be evaluated by an on-site supervisor.
- Students will participate in the online course and complete assignments required that will enable them to take a more objective look at the internship experience.
- Students are encouraged to keep a record of their experiences as they occur to better prepare for the online assignments.
- The assignments due will be done in a scholarly manner utilizing library materials to reinforce work experiences.