UNIV099 is a zero (0) credit internship seminar that is designed to complement a supervised internship experience. For the purposes of this course, the University Career Center & The President’s Promise defines an internship as a monitored work experience that has intentional learning outcomes and goals for students in their intended career field.
Attention Business Specialty Masters Students and Engineering Students:
Robert H. Smith School of Business Specialty Masters Students:
All business specialty masters students must register for BMGT099. MBA and undergraduate business students can register for UNIV099.
BMGT099 Registration Process (Note: All specialty masters students should use this link even though it directs you to the Finance page.)
A. James Clark School of Engineering Students:
All engineering students must register for ENCO099.
All Other Undergraduate and Graduate Students:
UNIV099 is offered Fall, Winter, Spring & Summer semesters.
Students can repeat UNIV099, unless the student receives an F for not completing the course requirements in a previous semester.
GPA Requirement: Minimum of 3.0 for graduate students; minimum of 2.0 undergraduate students.
In order to receive permission to register for UNIV099, students must submit their signed offer letter and learning contract. Details below:
International Students on F-1 Visa:
You will need to receive permission to register for UNIV099 (or a different internship course on campus) before you can get CPT authorization through ISSS. Be sure to follow the guide above on how to receive permission to register for UNIV099 in order to make the process as efficient as possible. Once you can enroll in UNIV099, go to ISSS to receive CPT authorization and follow this checklist to make sure you’re prepared!
You can intern full time during winter and summer, but only 20 hours per week during the fall and spring semesters.
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