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The King University Internship Program is designed to provide you with a real world
learning experience – mostly in an off-campus setting – related to your major and
potential career. For many majors, an internship is essential in helping to develop the
knowledge and skills you learn in the classroom. Plus, for some of our students, the
internship experience can lead to their first job! To assist you in the process, we
have provided answers to four of the most frequently asked questions concerning internships,
and please feel free to contact the Career Success Center at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about our internship program.
An internship connects classroom knowledge with a real work experience in your
field of interest. Exploring jobs in your potential major can be a critical step in
making the best choice for your future!
Business - Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing and Sport Management. BUSA
3740 Professional Development Strategies is a prerequisite to an internship.
Education – Physical Education (non licensure) and Coaching minor if chosen as an elective.
Theatre major and minor
Youth Ministry major and minor
Internships add work experience and transferable skills to your knowledge base. Employers
rate internship experience as one of the top reasons for hiring.
Internships, externships and job shadowing are always a good choice. The Career Success
Center recommends you begin planning in your first year at the university to have
as many real work experiences as possible.
Registered internships may be used for university credit. King University allows up
to 6 internship credit hours towards graduation. One internship credit equals 50 hours
on site but may include research, writing or developing a database or other assignments.
Internships may be completed year round for credit or non-credit. A student may register
for an internship up to the “last day to withdraw from a class with a W for that term”
as shown in the Academic Calendar.
The Career Success Center is available for daily walk-ins and encourages appointments. To
apply for an internship, a student must meet with a member of the Career Success Center
staff and complete an internship orientation.