Internships allow you to apply knowledge gained in the Agribusiness Management program to a business of your choice. Internships can also help you market yourself to a potential employer.
Students have the potential to earn 1-15 credits through the course AG BM 495A: Internship in Agribusiness and Rural Development. The internship should consist of supervised field experience that is related to the student's interests.
To earn credit for an internship, students must consult with their academic advisor and complete the AESE Internship/Independent Study Proposal Form before completing the internship.