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Undergraduate Marketing Internships

Information about Internship courses BUS 3001/3002/3003 and MKT 5100

The Marketing Internship Coordinator is Professor Gloria Thomas.

If you have an internship question after viewing this site, please e-mail it to her at the address below. Please do not ask professors in adjoining offices about internships.

If there is an "internship emergency", see Gaynelle, the Marketing & IB Department secretary on the 12th floor, Room 12-240 VC, and she can get in contact with Prof. Thomas. You can also arrange a meeting with Prof. Thomas via e-mail.

Professor Gloria Thomas
Room: 12- 256 VC
Phone: 646-312-3349
Email: Gloria.Thomas@baruch.cuny.edu

Note: You must obtain your own internship.

BUS 3001/2/3: 1 credit internship courses open to Juniors and Seniors

BUS 3001, 3002, 3003, 1 credit each (can be taken in succession)

Requirements:

  • Marketing and International Business Majors in Zicklin Only
  • Must be a Junior or Senior
  • No cold calling
  • Can take each course only once
  • Must be a different internship for each class
  • A Blackboard site will be set up for each internship course each semester. It is your responsibility to check it if you are registered.

Process:

  • You must obtain your own internship. Two places to look are the Starr Career Development Center: www.baruch.cuny.edu/careers/students/employment and the Weissman Center: http://zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/centers/weissman/internships
  • After you have an internship offer, e-mail me the job description and a bulleted list of your duties, particularly the marketing components. Also indicate which Internship Course you are seeking, and include your EMPLID in your email so that I can find you in CUNYfirst.
  • Unpaid internships should be no less than 10 hrs/wk. and no more than 15 hrs./wk for 14 weeks (or 140- 210 hours total) while paid internships should be no less than 10 hrs/wk. and no more than 20 hrs./wk (140-280 hours total).
  • If I approve of the internship, I will give you permission to register and place a form stating that you are receiving credit for BUS 3001, 2 or 3 in the internship mailbox in the Marketing & IB Department on the 12th Floor.
  • You must register for the internship class to get credit.
  • Registration for internship courses extends past the general registration deadline (as noted on the academic calendar), but you will have to pay a $15.00 late registration fee if appropriate.
  • Students may register for a 1-credit (paid or unpaid) internship for the January winter session or over the summer, if the departmental faculty advisor approves it.
  • If you quit your internship, be sure to DROP this course, or you will receive an INC that will turn into an F in a semester.
  • After the internship is complete, you must provide me a two to three-page paper on what you did and learned along with a note from your employer stating that you successfully completed the internship. Hard copies of both should be in my mailbox at the end of the semester. I will announce the specific date on Blackboard.
  • When I get both documents, I will provide a Pass/Fail Grade for the course.
  • International students are only permitted to take internships during a given semester. Therefore, a student must be registered for a semester and working during that semester. A student cannot register late in a semester and continue working at the internship after the semester ends.
MKT 5100- a 3-credit internship open to Seniors only

MKT 5100, 3 credits

Requirements:

  • Marketing and International Business Majors Only
  • Senior (90 credits)
  • Marketing related topics
  • No cold calling
  • Students admitted to Zicklin after Fall 2006 cannot use MKT 5100 to fulfil any specific Marketing Department requirements. Other students may use MKT 5100 to satisfy Marketing track requirements as specified in the 2004-2006 Undergraduate Bulletin.
  • Each semester, MKT 5100 has a Blackboard page. If you are registered for this course, it is your responsibility to check it for announcements.

Process:

  • You must obtain your own internship. Two places to look are the Career Development Center: www.baruch.cuny.edu/careers/students/employment and the Weissman Center: http://zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/centers/weissman/internships
  • After you have an internship offer, e-mail me the job description and a bulleted list of your duties, particularly the marketing components. Also indicate that you wish to take MKT 5100. Please include your EMPLID so that I can find you in CUNYfirst.
  • All 3-credit internships (paid and unpaid) should be no less than 15 hrs/wk and no more than 20 hrs./wk for 14 weeks (or 210-280 hours total).
  • If I approve of your internship, I will give you permission to register and leave a form stating that you are receiving credit in the Internship mailbox in the Marketing & IB Department on the 12th Floor of the VC.
  • You must register for the internship class to get credit.
  • Registration for internship courses extends past the deadline for regular registration, as noted in the academic calendar, but you will have to pay a $15.00 late registration fee if appropriate.
  • If you quit your internship, be sure to DROP this course, or you will receive an INC that will turn into an F in a semester.
  • After the internship is complete, you have to provide me a three-page paper on what you did and learned and provide me a note from your employer stating that you successfully completed the internship. The due date for each semester will be announced on Blackboard.
  • International students are only permitted to take internships during a given semester. Therefore, a student must be registered for a semester and working during that semester. A student cannot register late in a semester and continue working at the internship after the semester ends.
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