26600 Business Internship6cp
Requisite(s): 48 credit points of completed study in 48 cp Business Faculty Bachelor's Degree OR 72 credit points of completed study in 72 cp Business Faculty Bachelor's Combined Degree OR 72 credit points of completed study in 72 cp Bachelor's Combined Degree with Business Faculty OR 72 credit points of completed study in 72 cp Bachelor's Combined Honours with Business Faculty
Anti-requisite(s): 21651 Professional Internship AND 21999 Business Internship AND 22999 Business Internship AND 23999 Business Internship AND 24999 Business Internship AND 25999 Business Internship AND 94680 Entering Professional Life (6cp) AND 94681 Entering Professional Life (8cp)
This subject requires completing a series of preparatory modules and securing an internship before enrolment being approved. More information about specific preparatory requirements and how to enrol in 26600 will be published in the coming month. Students will be informed of upcoming subject preparation information via their community sites on Canvas.
This subject builds students’ professional, business, technical and ethical decision-making skills as part of the internship experience to foster their career development.
To undertake this subject, students must first secure an internship of 100-180 hours duration with an organisation and then refer to the UTS Business School’s Internship website for additional information and requirements to enrol in the subject. Students must not commence the internship until they have officially enrolled in this subject and their internship has been formally approved.
The?terms and time frame of the internship experience?are negotiated between the student and?host?organisation. The internship must be based on an agreed and approved program of work which aims to achieve pre-determined learning objectives.
Recognition of prior learning (exemption) is not granted for this subject.
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