2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin

ACC 384 Accounting Internship Intensive

6 hours 

This supervised internship provides an experiential learning experience where students learn to integrate their academic knowledge with practical applications. It also provides an opportunity to improve career opportunities and to develop skills and core capabilities for success in the accounting and anti-fraud professions. Students will work in governmental and non-governmental organizations and must complete a minimum of 120 hours of work for 3 credits and 240 hours for 6 credits granted. Each student will maintain a bi-weekly journal and complete a final report covering a detailed description of the work accomplished and reflections on his/her learning experiences.




ENG 201, ACC 250, junior standing, and permission of the instructor