Liberty CSIS 499 Internship 16 wk Entire Course



Liberty CSIS 499 Internship 16 wk Entire Course


Course Explanation:

Applications are processed through the department Faculty Intern Advisor. Applicants must apply the semester prior to starting the internship. (Formerly CSCI 499). For information regarding prerequisites for this course, please refer to the Academic Course Catalog.


Many employers utilize the Internship experience as a means of observing and hiring their future employees. By successfully completing an Internship in Business and a position of the student’s choosing, he/she will enhance significantly his/her marketability and appeal as a prospective employee. Professionalism, initiative, reliability, and responsibility will always be in demand. An internship presents the opportunity to establish a reputation with these qualities.

Students need to plan ahead financially as well as academically. While there are various internships that provide a salary or hourly wage, there are also many excellent opportunities that provide no compensation whatsoever. Internships need to be considered on the merits and opportunities of potential learning experiences and career advancement. The skills learned contacts, and references made should be the prime consideration in the selection of an internship. For these reasons, financial planning is very important before a student does an internship. Please visit Liberty University for details on this course’s prerequisites.

Measurable Learning Results:

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Describe the organizational structure of the business/organization.
  • Discuss how the classroom learning applies to your internship experience.
  • Describe the effective and ineffective mechanisms of organizational communication at your site.
  • Describe an ethical dilemma at your workplace, (actual or possible) that you have observed or of which you have been a part.  Discuss why you feel this dilemma exists and what actions were/are necessary to resolve the dilemma.
  • Identify the rights and responsibilities of sport management professionals as depicted in codes of professional ethics and justify personal and management values and principles.

Course Assignment Description:

Course Requirements Checklist

After reading the Course Syllabus and Student Expectations, the student will complete the related checklist found in the Course Overview.

Code of Conduct Statement Assignment

  • The student will be asked to sign and upload a Code of Conduct Statement.
  • The purpose of this assignment is to ensure students understand their responsibilities as they are interning or volunteering at an organization.

Resume and Cover Letter Assignment

  • After viewing the Résumé and Cover Letter Workshop materials, the student must create an updated Résumé and Cover Letter.
  • Additionally, the student must write his or her Cover Letter for the position they are currently working.

Introduction Assignment

  • The student will provide an introduction to the company they are interning for as well as specific pre-internship expectations.
  • The student will list desired personal and professional goals that they would like to achieve during their time as an intern.
  • The purpose of the assignment is to initiate critical thinking skills of students regarding their personal and professional development as an intern.

Total Log Sheet Assignments (6)

  • The student will document weekly hours on the log sheet and submit an updated log sheet.
  • The student will keep a running log and continue to add to the previous week’s events.
  • Additionally, the student will describe all duties performed and provide feedback regarding the responsibilities for that week.
  • The student must earn a minimum of 180 hours to earn 3 credit hours in order to successfully complete the course.

Internship News Assignment

Students will provide an article that could be posted on a website and/or social media account. The purpose of this article is to help current and prospective students understand the great internship opportunities that are available.

Organizational Analysis Project Assignment

The purpose of the organizational analysis project is to create a comprehensive analysis based on your organization and the experiences you had throughout the semester. This project is an opportunity to reflect on the time you spent in your internship.

Student Evaluation of Employer Assignment

Students will complete and upload a Student Evaluation of Employer Form.  The purpose of this assignment is to ensure students have an opportunity to assess their internship organization.

Supervisor Final Evaluation Assignment

Each Site Supervisor will complete the Supervisor’s Final Evaluation of the student’s on-site performance during the student’s internship. The supervisor will base their evaluation on the following criteria: Interpersonal Relationships, Initiative, Reliability, Judgment, Attitude toward Work, Willingness, Quality of Work, Attendance, Punctuality, and Overall Performance. It is the student’s responsibility, after all of the internship hours are completed, to ensure his or her supervisor completes the supervisor’s final evaluation.



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