This course provides students with 8 to 12 months (for example, September to August) of practical experience relating to the student’s degree in an employment setting. During the work term, students complete an Internship Agreement, a Mid-Point Reflection meeting, a Final Self-Assessment, and a Final Report. At the conclusion of the internship term, students will receive a pass/fail assessment from the Faculty Supervisor.
Prerequisite(s): Completion of HBA1 with a minimum average of 70%, and participation in Career Management Essentials during HBA1. Approval of, and acceptance into, the Internship course.
Extra Information: Pass/Fail. Note: (1) There is no credit weight for this course, and it is not a requirement to complete the HBA program. (2) Students must be enrolled in a full course load (7.5 credits) in HBA1 and must return to full-time studies following the internship term, as outlined by the program. (3) International students who meet the requirements to participate in an internship term must secure a valid co-op work permit. (4) Funding is available to corporate partners in the Student Work Placement Program (SWPP) which offers a wage subsidy to employers hiring interns (5) Students who qualify to receive a continuing scholarship in the academic year in which they participate in the Business Internship Program are permitted to defer receipt of the scholarship for one year.