Internship

95-900

Units: 0

Description:

Open to all ISM students who have completed two semesters of course work, the internship offers students an opportunity to supplement their regular academic program with valuable experiential learning. By working in a professional environment students will solidify their knowledge gained in ISM coursework. This working knowledge of technology and/or security will help students to capitalize on trends that can impact business regardless of industry. Students may intern with a company that corresponds to a field of interest or existing specialization area within ISM programs which may include a variety of industry sectors such as consulting, finance, software, security, or technology companies and other type of organizations. Internship positions may vary from IT managers to security consultants to business analysts to application engineers and others. Pre-requisites: 94702 Professional Writing (or 94701 Business Writing or 95-717 Writing for ISM) and 95718 Professional Speaking

Prerequisites Description:

95717 and 95718

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