Accounting Internship

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Accounting Internship

Supervised Accounting Internship

This course includes accounting field experience in government, industry or non-profit organizations. Trainees are given assignments that prepare them for productive employment upon graduation. The learning process is monitored by an Accounting faculty member.

The Supervised Internship Program may be taken as a free elective, business elective or an elective within the specialization. Students should consult with their academic advisor or with the faculty member responsible for the Supervised Internship Program within their area of specialization. Credit for this course is 3 s.h.


Major in Accounting, Completion of 57 s.h. and Intermediate Accounting I.

Position Requirements

Positions for which Internship credit is granted should ideally reflect a level of responsibility that would provide the students with insight into issues of their field of study. Such positions may be compensated or uncompensated. Positions that may qualify could include on-campus positions offered by Rowan University or the College of Business, off-campus positions publicized by the Supervised Internship Program, or positions secured through a student's own efforts. Final approval of the position rests with the supervising faculty member within the student's area of specialization. If a student works with an employer, that work supervisor may be asked to provide an evaluation of the student's performance.

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Internship Approval Process