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Professional Development

 The UW Oshkosh College of Business Professional Development Office provides a streamlined path of opportunities for undergraduate business students to learn about themselves, business careers, and understand how those two coincide for that individual student.
 

Becoming a “business professional” does not develop in class alone; nor does it occur by “checking off boxes” of activities at any time through a college career. The College of Business provides suggestions and requirements to guide students to the ultimate goal of graduating as a business professional with strong content knowledge and practical, integrated, real-world experience.

By graduation, students will…

  • Understand how their skills/abilities are uniquely suited for their major/career choice.
  • Have marketing materials that specifically speak to their personal brand.
  • Know of several career paths that professionals can achieve with their major and how one becomes successful within that career path.
  • Be able to articulate their unique strengths through written and verbal communication.
  • Have experience in both small and large-scale networking situations and move toward comfort in those situations.
  • Have completed at least one professional internship that built confidence in the student’s ability to work in a professional environment.

Contact Us

Undergraduate Programs Office
Sage Hall, Suite 1608
business@uwosh.edu
(920) 424-0297

Internship Drop in Hours
Mondays: 12pm-2pm
Thursdays: 1pm-3pm

Office of the Dean
Sage Hall, Suite 2612
cob@uwosh.edu
(920) 424-1444

Office Hours
Monday-Friday: 7:45am-4:30pm

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Internship Program Annual Report 2017-2018

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh College of Business requires students to compliment their academic studies with practical business experience. With professional internships, the internship program connects students to employers both domestic and abroad.

Through this program, we collect student internship data from the academic year (fall 2017, spring 2018, summer 2018) and provide resources and knowledge to current students, faculty and corporate partners.

Students earned credit for co-ops and internships

Unique employers hired interns

  • 95% of students have paid internships
  • 97% of supervisors state their intern is ready for the business world
  • 95% of supervisors would hire their intern full-time
INTERNSHIP WAGE TYPE

Other = commission, stipened, salary, international

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Hourly

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Unpaid

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Other

Average Internship Hourly
Wage by Major

MAJORHOURLY WAGE
OVERALL AVERAGE$14.34
Accounting$16.72
Accounting - Public $20.36
Accounting - Private$15.34
Economics$14.00
Finance$14.33
Human Resources$13.45
Information Systems$15.81
Interactive Web Management$10.87
Management$14.58
Marketing$13.14
Supply Chain Management$15.35