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Undergraduate Internship Information

Course Prerequisites

In order to take an internship for credit, students must have completed the courses listed below with a C- or better. On top of these prerequisites, students must have a GPA of at least 2.00 to take an internship for credit.

For ADV 350 (Advertising Internship):

  • ADV 344K (Advertising Research)
  • ADV 345J (Advertising Media Planning)

For PR 350 (Public Relations Internship):

  • PR 348 (Public Relations Techniques)
  • ADV 344K (Advertising Research)
  • ADV 345J (Advertising Media Planning)

For ADV 151 (Advertising Practicum):

  • Elective
  • ADV 350 (Advertising Internship)

For PR 151 (Public Relations Practicum):

  • Elective
  • PR 350 (Public Relations Internship)

For ADV 350s, PR 350s (Internship in Sports Media):

  • Upper-division standing
  • A University grade point average of at least 2.25
  • Advertising 305S or Public Relations 305S
  • Three additional hours from the Sports Media Certificate approved coursework list.

Internship Opportunities

Current postings can be found in the Jobs section of our LinkedIn page. In addition, you can also visit the Moody College Career Services  web page to view additional opportunities. Paid internships will be considered first for approval. No more than two unpaid internships per organization will be approved for credit.  Students are expected to be compensated for their internship.  Because the list of jobs is not comprehensive and does not reflect the number of internship opportunities that may be available, students are encouraged to seek out and apply for other available internships on their own. Each internship must be approved by the Internship Supervisor, Dr. Isabella Cunningham.

Internship Application

Please consult the Internship Guidelines document for more details. In short, you should register for the internship course (making sure that you meet the course prerequisites and minimum GPA requirements), while simultaneously applying for internships.  Please note that the earlier you apply for an internship the better, as many internships are filled well before the beginning of the semester.

After you have registered and obtained an internship, you must Apply online here to have your internship approved.
Deadline date for internship submission:
  • Fall internship submission - September 3, 2019 noon (central time).
  • Spring Internship submission - January 24 2020 noon (central time).
  • Summer Internship submission - June 5, 2020 noon (central time).
Once you submit the online Internship Application, it will be automatically sent to Dr. Isabella Cunningham and to your internship supervisor for review.  Both Dr. Cunningham and your organization’s internship supervisor must approve your internship in order to meet the course requirement.  If you have any questions about these requirements, refer to the Internship Guidelines.