Local, regional, national and governmental paid internships are available at both undergraduate and graduate level students. A student may earn up to 3 hours of credit. Obtaining an internship is the responsibility of the student. However, there are many opportunities for on-campus interviews through Jobs4Jacks and the Accounting Career Fair. More information is available from the Accounting Department Internship Coordinator, Dr. Jack Ethridge, firstname.lastname@example.org, (936) 468-1820.
FAQ about Accounting Internship Jobs for Course Credit
100 hrs = 1 hr
200 hrs = 2 hrs
300 hrs = 3 hrs
C or better - ACC 231, 232, 331, 332
80 hrs. credit
*12 hrs ACC (300 level)
|Companies required to pay?||Yes|
|Students find their own job?||Yes|
|Semesters Offered||All (mostly Spring)|
Pre-approval of job by department
|Mandatory Orientation||Fall (for Spring internship)|
|Department Internship Application||Yes|
|Final Evaluation from Company or Grade?||Yes|
|Other Requirements from Student||Diary/Written Reports|
The Gerald W. Schlief School of Accountancy offers numerous opportunities for scholarships and awards. At the 2012 Accounting Awards Banquet, students were awarded more than $114,000 in scholarships and awards. The school also awards both a freshman and a transfer scholarship each year. In addition, outstanding students in ACC 231, 232 and 331 are recognized at the accounting banquet held each spring. After completion of ACC 331, students are eligible to apply for Gerald W. Schlief School of Accountancy scholarships at the beginning of the spring semester.
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