Professional Identity & Internship | Spalding University Catalog

ART-360: Professional Identity & Internship

3 credit hours

You have studied you have learned and now you are ready to discover the career path that is right for you. An internship will help you gain valuable work experience, explore a career path, network with professionals within your field, and practice your skills in the real world. The purpose of an internship is to put everything you have learnt into action and will help you gain further skills that you can apply to future jobs. An internship can help you test the waters to apply what you have learnt in a real-world setting. Your first step in this professional experience will be to contact your faculty advisor at the beginning of your junior year to discuss this career development opportunity.

Prerequisite: Junior standing, Permission by Program Director