ENT 390V - Entrepreneur Internship (1-10) F, SP, SU
Provides students with direct experience in an entrepreneurial environment. Students will demonstrate entrepreneurial ability by sourcing an internship that is approved. (Appropriate internships can be with established or start-up firms in either the for-profit or social sectors. In addition, legitimate student start-up businesses can be appropriate for this internship. In certain circumstances, student entrepreneurs can form teams for this internship. In a team approach, each team member must complete the work hours requirement.) At the end of this course, students will have the experience necessary to be successful in the entrepreneurship capstone course.
An internship that earns credit of at least 3 hours is needed to meet the internship requirement for Management majors with a concentration in Entrepreneurship.
Prerequisite: Junior standing and ENT 2503 with a grade of “C” or higher.
Repeatable for a maximum of 10 hours.