BAS 461-465: BAS Internship

BAS students will experience the links between management theory and practice through the application, in a work setting, of the knowledge and skills gained in the classroom. They will demonstrate skills and knowledge in the focus area of their internship; effective management; time commitments and responsibilities of managers; the host organization’s structure, policies and practices; and interpersonal skills. This class may include students from multiple sections.

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  1. Apply skills that relate to management in the workplace.
  2. Identify individual strengths and weaknesses related to management skills and behaviors.
  3. Acquire new management-level skills and behaviors.
  4. Demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal behaviors in the workplace.
  5. Demonstrate initiative and time management in a workplace setting.