- Find more information by checking your department/program's website and/or contacting your academic advisor for guidance.
- Most commonly seen, internship eligibility begins to expand at the end of your sophomore year. However, be sure to check the internship posting for class requirements.
- Please check with your specific department to see how many hours are required to receive course credit for doing your internship. Some programs may not offer course credit for an internship, however the experience you gain will be worth your time even if you do not receive course credit.
Legitimate employers follow guidelines that allow you the time to make an informed decision. If they set unrealistic timelines that require immediate action or funds, please notify a CSUSB Counselor.
- Students should begin the search process one to two full quarters before the intended internship date. Some internship opportunities are very competitive and conduct interviews up to months in advance. Others will only accept internship applications one semester before the desired placement date. Be sure to attend our Job/ Internship Fairs as well!