As a condition for earning the master's degree, students are required to complete either a thesis, an internship, or both. The internship involves practical work experience in an applied setting performed under the joint supervision of a practicing professional and a faculty internship coordinator. It is normally a full-time work assignment (usually paid) and is completed during the summer between the first and second year of graduate study. Policies and procedures governing internships can be obtained from the IOHRM Program Director.
Where Have Past Students Interned?
In the past few years, out students have held internships at a wide variety of sites. A sample of the organizations includes the following: