LEAD 399 - Internships for Career Development


“LEAD 399 challenged me to get the most of my co-op experience. I'm very thankful for all the assignments and the ability to evaluate my personal and career development.”
~ Denny, senior in industrial engineering


Internships for Career Development (LEAD 399) is designed particularly for undergraduate students who do not have credit-bearing internship courses available through their academic department or college. It provides students with the opportunity to apply their academic knowledge, skills and understanding to structured work experiences as developing professionals. This course incorporates an internship experience with self-directed analysis to develop personal and academic competencies.

By taking this course, students will receive credit for participating in an internship and/or co-op experience in their area of interest. The course includes readings, reflections and assignments designed to enhance the career-related experience of the student. It may be taken as a graded course for one-hour of academic credit. See the LEAD 399 syllabus (PDF) for more details.

Enroll in Internships for Career Development course by completing the request permission to enroll in LEAD 399 survey.

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