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Course Description
BUS 219(3-0-3)
Office Internship

Students work in a supervised setting learning and performing specific office tasks. Placements for students are arranged by departmental faculty at designated office sites. In order to be eligible for the internship, students must be in good academic standing with a G.P.A. of at least 2.00, must be in their final spring semester, and must be eligible for graduation at the end of that semester. Students are required to complete 90 hours at the work assignment in addition to attending classes. The final grade in this course is pass/fail. Application for credit for life experience in BUS 219 must be submitted by the sixth week of the fall semester prior to the internship.
PR: by advisement only
Last Updated: 05/28/03 08:11pm ET
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