Academic Internship Program
The purpose of the Academic Internship Program is for students to develop relevant career learning experience and enable them to combine academic study and practical experience for academic credit.
The Academic Internship Program is a structured form of professional field experience at Robert Morris University and is available to all students enrolled in a degree-granting program. For the purposes of these policies, Academic Internships are defined as a cooperative education experience, externship, and internship. Academic internship positions are reviewed by the Office of Career Services for substance and then approved by the appropriate Academic Department Heads. Career Services, Academic Departments, and students share in the joint responsibility to ensure that high standards are maintained for academic internship positions.
Refer to the Career Services Internship pages for more detailed information.
List of all courses and their descriptions
List of all courses, their descriptions and offerings in the schedule book
INTN0003 - Preliminary Internship
INTN0006 - Preliminary Internship
INTN0009 - Preliminary Internship
INTN0012 - Preliminary Internship