B298 | Introductory Internship
- Work at least half of an academic semester (7 weeks), minimum 15 hours/week
- 105 hours = 1 credit, 180 hours = 2 credits, 270 hours = 3 credits
- No direct sales companies, work from home or home offices
- The purpose of the internship is to give you exposure to how a business runs and operates No pre-requisites, but it is strongly advised you complete this course before IBC
B398 | Advanced Internship
- Work at least half of an academic semester (7 weeks), minimum 20 hours/week
- 270 hours = 1, 2, or 3 credits (student chooses)
- No direct sales companies, work from home or home offices, or on campus
- This internship should be more project driven, heavily related to your major, and a position that would typically require a 4-year degree
CIT298 | Beginning Internship Experience
- No direct sales Positions
- 1 credit = 105 hours, 2 credits = 180 hours, 3 credits = 270 hours
CIT498 | Capstone Internship Experience
- No direct sales positions
- Minimum of 360 hours over 1 or 2 semesters (recommended full time for 1 semester)
Recommended Pre-Internship Courses
- CIT Majors: CIT 160, CIT 225, CIT 230, CIT 240, CIT 260, CIT 352 and CIT 360
- Business Analytics Majors: CIT 111, CIT 160, CIT 225, CIT 381, and ECON 278
- Have completed 60 or more credits, and a minimum grade of C- in all CIT classes
- Must be with a reputable, established company with more than 5 employees
- Students must have a full-time IT professional mentor during the internship with either a college degree in a computer-related field, or have at least 10 years of IT experience Must have work experience in at least two of the following areas: programming, web development, networking, database, systems management, system security, systems analysis and design, software testing, software training, project management, enterprise applications and/or data warehousing
CSE 398 | Computer Science & Software Engineering
- Be full time for a semester. It does not matter if your internship fits exactly over a semester, but it does matter that you do 500 hours over the course of your internship.
- 12-14 weeks at 35-40 hours a week
- Be similar to your target job. Think about the job you want upon graduation. Your internship should be as similar to that job as possible. Must be related to your major.
- Be a new position for you. You must learn something new; your existing job does not count.
- Have a mentor. Your boss should be more knowledgeable about your job than you.
- Be face-to-face. No direct sales companies, work from home or home offices
- CSE 310 - Applied Programming (4)
- Course Overview – What to know about the Internship class.
- Common Q&A – Have some questions about the class and program.
- Company Relation Invite – Your company wants to hire more BYU-Idaho Students.
- Internship Step by Step: Want to know about the Internship requirement, and how to get an Internship job. - Read this first.
HS 498-03 | Internship
- Legitimate healthcare provider organization (no insurance, consulting, pharmaceutical sales, etc.).
- 1 credit - 200 hours, 2 credits - 300 hours, 3 credits - 350 to 400 hours (Must meet the minimum hour requirement but you may work more if you wish. If you do not meet the minimum you fail the class).
- At least 7 weeks of the internship must fall within the semester for which the student is registering for HS 498-03.
- Internships cannot be completed retroactively and may not be done during the summer 7 week break.
- Internship must be a substantive experience. No shadowing or performing secretarial duties.
- Must have passed HS 285 (Intro to Healthcare Admin) and HS 375 (Managing Provider Organizations) with a C- or greater.
Description & Information
Junior-level status; approval of Department Internship Coordinator or Chair.
Internships are specifically designed to provide students with a personalized experience in a professional, Humanities-related career prior to graduation. It should enhance and augment the student's upper-division classroom studies and experience.
Variable credit course (1-3 credits); a minimum of 70 hours of internship work experience is required for each credit hour earned.
a) Learn important skills working in a professional, Humanities-related field;
b) Integrate and apply concepts and skills learned in the classroom to on-the-job work settings;
c) Cultivate future employment opportunities and professional connections, while gaining a greater understanding and vision of career options and possibilities;
d) Prepare for graduate/law school, professional-level employment, or other life-long learning opportunities.
Students will register for HUM 398R to complete the internship.
Students complete this optional Capstone experience preferably between their Junior and Senior years. As a non-work-study experiences, therefore, internships are not intended to be completed between semesters. Rather, they are viewed as an after-hours, part/full-time experience, and are more likely to be available outside the BYU-Idaho area. However, a few on-campus internships have been approved (mainly in the Spori Art Gallery).
Internships should have responsibilities that pertain directly to the broader Humanities/Liberal Arts, with particular emphasis on gaining experience and skills in future career-related paths and fields.
Students should work closely with a mentor in the organization (Experience Provider) for whom they are working.
IDS398 | Internship Experience
- Work at least half of an academic semester (7 weeks)
- 100+ hours = 1 credit
- 10 hours/week minimum
- Have a full-time professional mentor during the internship
- Internships must provide students with experience in their chosen concentration. When possible, the internship should also incorporate other degree elements (minors and clusters)
- Have a class standing of at least 70 credits
- No direct sales companies
INTST 398 | Regular Internship Experience
- Must work at least half of an academic semester (7 weeks), minimum of 10 hours per week
- 70 hours = 1 credit, 140 hours = 2 credits, 210 = 3 credits
- No work from home or direct sales companies
- Internships should be related to elective area of emphasis of the student and should be sought domestically. Any international internship will require additional meetings reviewing costs, benefits, employability enhancement, safety and security There are no prerequisites for the internship, however, it is recommended you complete the internship once you have completed about 60 credit hours.
FAML 498R | Internship Experience
- 2 credits (80 hours per credit)
- Must work at least 10 hours per week
- Internships need to be related to crisis intervention
- Working for or with families
- Family and individual support
- Intervention and improving others
- No teaching or daycare internships
- Online internships can only be taken for 2 credits
- Internships can start two weeks before the semester starts and/or end two weeks after the semester ends
- Let the instructor know in advance
- FAML 445 (Family Practicum)
HS 498 | Public Health Internship Experience
- Minimum of 7 weeks and 200 hours
- 200 hours - 1 credit | 300 hours - 2 credits | 400 hours - 3 credits
- Must deal with planning, implementing, or evaluating a health/wellness program, conducting a needs assessment, or working with epidemiology.
- Often, opportunities can be found in public, worksite/ industrial, clinical, or school settings.
- Must have taken MATH 221B, HS 240, HS 310, HS 320, HS 370, HS 390
WDD398 | Capstone Internship Experience
- No direct sales companies.
- Minimum of 300 hours
- Must work at least 20 hours per week
- Must be with a reputable, established company with more than 5 employees
- Students must have a full-time web design or web development professional mentor during the internship with either a college degree in a computer-related field, or have at least 10 years of related experience
- Internship must be in the web design, web development or web related (i.e. web marketing, web business, etc.) field
- Must have completed 60 or more credits