A woman filling out an application at the Internship and Part-Time Job Fair.

Business internships are a valuable way to gain real-world experience. With job opportunities more widely available in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, you should consider adding BUS 4953, BUS 5953 and/or BUS 4956 as an advanced business elective for your degree plan.

Find an Internship

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Get Internship Credit

  1. Review the rules for internships and make sure the one you select qualifies.
  2. Apply and accept a position. (Subject to TWU approvals)
  3. Download, print and complete the department approval form of the Academic Internship Complete Packet.
  4. Obtain necessary signatures and return to respective departments.
  5. Obtain appropriate course code from the College of Business and register.
Victoria Perez posing in front of an Enactus poster.

“The effort I put in my internships contributed to my performance as a TWU student and leader.”

Victoria Perez (BBA-Marketing 2017), completed internships while at TWU


Pushkala Raman, Ph.D.
Professor, Marketing

Page last updated 2:37 PM, January 9, 2019