Marketing Internships

Student Guidelines

  • Marketing majors who are classified as juniors or seniors are eligible to enroll in MKT 4399 for three (3) hours credit for approved internships. 
  • The internship position must be approved by Mr. Ken Murdock. The postings on our website are pre-approved. If the internship is not posted on our website, the student must submit a job description on company letterhead.
  • Responsibilities must be beyond the scope of the "average” part-time or temporary job.
  • Internship credit is allowed only for students who secure approval for their internship prior to beginning work with their supervising company. 
  • The internship must be scheduled for a minimum of 10 weeks and 200 job hours during the fall or spring semester, or 8 weeks and 160 job hours during the summer. The internship may be either full-time or part-time.
  • It is the intern's responsibility to schedule his or her work hours around the class schedule. Special registration considerations are not provided.
  • Students may enroll in only three (3) additional courses during a fall or spring internship or one (1) additional course each session during a summer internship. 
  • The internship may be either paid or non-paid. This will be determined by the student and the supervising company.
  • The student intern must submit all required reports in a timely manner to the course instructor:
  1. Intern Profile
  2. Monthly Progress Reports
  3. Mid-Term Check In
  4. Supervisor Evaluation
  • The intern profile, monthly progress reports, and midterm check in count approximately 50% of the course grade; the supervisor's evaluation counts approximately 50%. 

Employer Guidelines

  • Marketing majors who are classified as juniors or seniors are eligible to enroll in a marketing internship for three hours credit for approved internships.

  • The internship position must be approved by the Internship Coordinator. The employer is asked to prepare a job description on company letterhead to submit for approval.  Responsibilities must be beyond the scope of the "average” part-time or temporary job.
  • The internship must be scheduled for a minimum of 10 weeks and 200 job hours during the fall or spring semester or 8 weeks and 160 job hours during the summer. The internship may be either full-time or part-time.
  • The internship may be either paid or non-paid.  This will be determined by the student and the supervising company.
  • The supervisor is asked to complete an evaluation of the intern’s performance, which will constitute approximately 50% of the internship grade.

Internship Postings