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There are some key considerations to keep in mind when
beginning to plan for an internship. The
first step is to contact the IT internship coordinator, who will review your
course transcripts, GPA, and overall degree plan to determine eligibility. The internships are elective courses taken
toward the end of your degree plan.The
Master of Science in Information Technology internship courses (IT 597 and IT 598 are taken sequentially in the last
two terms, and replace the capstone course IT 599). It’s important to consult with the coordinator
early in your coursework. We need to
ensure you have the elective credits available to enroll, have earned
sufficient credits overall, and your GPA meets the program requirements.
There are two actions for you to follow:
1. Make sure you
are eligible to participate
planning which upcoming term(s) would work best for your schedule and degree
Email the IT internship coordinator with questions:
internships have a required number of credits earned (listed below), and 3.0 GPA.
Eligibility for the Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) internship courses (IT 597 and IT 598), requires a 3.0
GPA, and being within two terms of graduation. To qualify for federal financial aid, it is recommended that MSIT interns plan to take an additional 4-credit course
concurrently with each internship course.
We can help you
confirm the number of credits completed and forecast an upcoming term that may
be a good time frame to enroll in the internship course. The specific program
requirements are listed below for your reference.
IT 296: Associate's Level
Information Technology Internship
IT 479: Bachelor's Level Cybersecurity Internship
IT 489: Bachelor's Level
Information Technology Internship
IT 597 and IT 598: MSIT Internship
The following criteria apply to
both the undergraduate and MSIT internships:
The timelines are very
important as well:
Requirements for Undergraduate- and Master's-Level Internships
The MSIT internship
courses, IT 597 and IT 598, bachelor’s level IT 489/IT 479 and the associate’s level course
IT 296 all follow the same format. An instructor is assigned to each course and
will stay in contact with both the student and the internship supervisor
throughout the term. They are available for any questions you may have
throughout the term.
In addition to your 10 hours
“on the job” each week, the following coursework is required:
Internship Application for External Placement
Internship Handbook and Code of Conduct
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let us know what questions or concerns you may have. We can help you determine
eligibility to the program and what opportunities may be available.
Undergraduate IT Internship Director, Glen Jenewein: firstname.lastname@example.orgGraduate IT Internship Director, Tamara Fudge; email@example.comIT Internship Coordinator, ITInternship@kaplan.edu
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