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You can potentially earn credit toward your degree and help build relevant career skills with an internship. As a Capella student, you’ll enroll in an internship course and find an approved internship. Requirements to complete the course include fulfilling a set number of hours or meetings, achieving self-defined learning objectives, and other requirements, such as a reflection paper or portfolio of completed work.
Curious about what you get from an internship? Here are just a few of the benefits.
These GuidedPath programs offer courses with an internship option.
Taken during the learner’s final quarter:
HRM Capstone: Improving and Transforming HR Practice
This is an integrative course for learners in the MS in Human Resource Management degree program. Learners synthesize and integrate the knowledge, competencies, and skills acquired throughout the program by developing and implementing a final project that demonstrates critical thinking, creativity, and practical application of program content. Learners apply models and best practices in human resource management to achieve desired project outcomes. Prerequisite(s): Completion of all required coursework. Cannot be fulfilled by transfer or credit for prior learning.
|5 quarter credits|
Either is an option. You can line up your own internship or we will help you find an organizational partner.
If you find a paid internship that is approved for your program, you can earn credit for it. Employers decide whether the internship is paid or not.
Yes, the internship is like any other course within your program. Students are required to pay the per-credit amount for the course. You’ll enroll in an internship course and either secure your own internship, or work with your instructor to find a partner organization. You’ll also complete supporting work in the courseroom as part of the internship.
Typically, this is not an option. Our enrollment counselors can help you with the unique details of your situation. You may be able to apply your experience to your program through credit for prior learning.
You may be eligible to earn credit toward your bachelor’s or master’s for your previous college-level learning, certifications and training acquired on the job.
You may be eligible to earn credit while gaining professional learning experience that offers meaningful, practical work related to a career interest.