This class is designed for students interested in working in selected private industry, federal, state and local government offices. An internship can provide a learning experience that the student would not be able to receive in the university classroom, and an opportunity to apply university training in a professional environment. The course allows you to earn three hours of academic credit for your internship.
Internships and Jobs
If you have any questions or concerns about enrollment, application and internships for ECON 4390 please feel free to email Dr. Rebecca Achee Thornton. Organizations and businesses in need of an intern, email Dr. Rebecca Achee Thornton to have your internship posted on the ECON 4390 internship boards.