Learning Beyond the Classroom

Learning certainly doesn't stop at the School of Business when students walk out of the classroom. In fact, their learning has just begun. Experiential learning through internships and job shadowing offers students the opportunity to learn through hands-on experience and by applying classroom theory in a real-world setting.

Students in the School of Business have interned at all sorts of companies including: Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, KPMG, Ernst & Young, MTV, Madison Square Garden. Many of these internships have translated into permanent positions upon graduation.

Are Internships Important?

While internships are not required for all School of Business students, they are strongly encouraged by both faculty and staff. An internship, which is generally more in-depth than other types of experiential learning, can boost students resumes, allow students to truly immerse themselves in organizations operations, and can even lead to job offers.

Requirements for Internship