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HRM 201 Human Resource Management Internship I

3-5 credits
Human Resource Management Internship is designed to expand student learning in the profession at an entry-level. Students apply for internships at relevant organizations and work with a faculty member and internship supervisor to formalize the academic component of the experiences through the development of learning objectives, timesheets, work samples, and written reviews. This course can be repeated for credit.

Prerequisites: Instructor permission required

Course Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:

  • Apply techniques, skills, concepts, and best practices from the classroom to real-world circumstances
  • Clarify personal career goals and identify skills that need improving to achieve these goals
  • Self-assess strengths and weaknesses in HR and workplace competencies, such as interpersonal skills, communication skills, and roles within an organizational structure
  • Self-assess for skill gaps in technical abilities as they apply in the workplace
  • Use constructive criticism as an opportunity to improve technical and conceptual abilities in a work environment within an organizational structure
  • Demonstrate proficiency in working across HR specialties used in the internship
  • Employ creative and critical thinking to enhance problem-solving
  • Meet task and project timelines and schedules
  • Develop time management skills and effective team communication
  • Demonstrate professional behavior in the workplace
  • Meet the objectives of the internship as collaboratively developed by the student, employer, and instructor

Total Hours: 70-130 Theory (Lecture) Hours: 10 Field-Based Experience (Practicum or Internship) Hours: 60-120