An internship is a cooperative learning experience for students to gain real experience in a work environment. Students use their classroom knowledge and skills in a professional setting, explore types of jobs available in your chosen field and find out what areas interest you the most.
Programs that offer internship courses
Internships are required for many of the Associate of Applied Sciences Degrees. Course pre-requisites are listed in the college catalog. Discuss your eligibility with your faculty advisor.
- Accounting Technology
- Brewing Science & Brewery Operations
- Graphic Design
- Information Technology
- Human Services
- Web Technology
- Integrated Agriculture and Food Systems
Students in other AAS Degree programs have an option to gain experience toward their internship:
Other programs offering experiential education components include Medical Assistant (Externships)
Culinary Arts (in house internships). Closely supervised clinical courses are required in most health care fields.