IC: Internship Center

IC 291 — INTERNSHIP

4 CREDITS

A 12-week industry internship, scheduled individually for a minimum of ten hours per week. Provides pre-professional experience related to the student's major. In class sessions, interns conduct assessments, identify learning objectives, and develop lifelong career-planning skills. A daily journal is maintained and a self-marketing plan is required

IC 292 — MENSWEAR INTERNSHIP

2 CREDITS; 2 LECTURE HOURS

A ten-week industry internship, scheduled individually for a minimum of eighty hours. Provides pre-professional experience through supervised field work, class sessions (pre-, mid-, and post-internship), and assignments, including activity reports and a market research project

IC 293 — INTERNSHIP: PROD MGMT

3 CREDITS; 3 LECTURE HOURS

A 12-week industry internship, scheduled individually for a minimum of ten hours per week. Provides pre-professional experience through supervised field work, class sessions (pre-, mid-, and post-internship), and assignments, including activity reports and a research project or paper

IC 296 — AAS Internship B: Career Exploration

2 CREDITS; 2 LECTURE HOURS

A 2-credit internship course for AAS students with a focus on the internship experience and on helping students identify suitable career paths. A total of 12 weeks and 78 hours at the worksite, and 12 hours on campus in the classroom

IC 297 — AAS Internship C: Career Exploration

3 CREDITS; 3 LECTURE HOURS

A 3-credit internship course for AAS students with a focus on the internship experience and on helping students identify suitable career paths. A total of 12 weeks and 123 hours at the worksite, and 12 hours on campus in the classroom

IC 298 — AAS Internship D: Career Exploration

4 CREDITS; 4 LECTURE HOURS

A 4-credit internship course for AAS students with a focus on the internship experience and on helping students identify suitable career paths. A total of 12 weeks and 168 hours at the worksite, and 12 hours on campus in the classroom

IC 491 — SENIOR INTERNSHIP

4 CREDITS

A 12-week industry internship, scheduled individually for a minimum of ten hours per week. Provides professional experience related to the student's career goals. In class sessions, interns conduct career-related research and develop career-planning skills

IC 492 — SENIOR INTERNSHIP - SUMMER

4 CREDITS

A summer internship in industry in or out of the New York City area, scheduled individually for a minimum of 120 hours during June and July. Includes seminar classes, professional journals, and both a written and oral report on the internship experience

IC 493 — SENIOR INTERNSHIP:PROD MGMT

3 CREDITS; 3 LECTURE HOURS

For Production Management: Fashion and Related Industries students. A 12-week industry internship, scheduled individually for a minimum of ten hours per week, provides an experiential learning opportunity through supervised field work, class sessions (pre-, mid-, and post-internship), and assignments, including activity reports and a research project or paper

IC 494 — FINE ARTS INTERNSHIP

2 CREDITS; 2 LECTURE HOURS

A ten-week industry internship, scheduled individually for a minimum of eighty hours, provides career exploration through supervised field work and class assignments

IC 496 — Senior Internship B: Career Planning

2 CREDITS; 2 LECTURE HOURS

A 2-credit advanced internship course for baccalaureate students with a focus on the internship experience and on helping students plan their careers and market themselves professionally. A total of 12 weeks and 78 hours at the worksite, and 12 hours on campus in the classroom

IC 497 — Senior Internship C: Career Planning

3 CREDITS; 3 LECTURE HOURS

A 3-credit advanced internship course for baccalaureate students with a focus on the internship experience and on helping students plan their careers and market themselves professionally. A total of 12 weeks and 123 hours at the worksite, and 12 hours on campus in the classroom

IC 498 — Senior Internship D: Career Planning

4 CREDITS; 4 LECTURE HOURS

A 4-credit advanced internship course for baccalaureate students with a focus on the internship experience and on helping students plan their careers and market themselves professionally. A total of 12 weeks and 168 hours at the worksite, and 12 hours on campus in the classroom