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UConn has over 70 majors that offer course credit for an internship.  Review the lists below and click on a major for more details.  Majors marked with an * offer credit to students outside the major.  Alternative credit options include the Center for Career Development’s one-credit internship course and zero-credit transcript notation (more information below).

Deadlines: Internship credit must be approved before the start of the semester/summer session for which you hope to earn credit.

Cost:  If you earn credit during the academic year, as a full-time student, there is typically no additional tuition cost. If you earn credit during the summer, you will be charged tuition based on the number of credits you earn.

Note: Academic credit does not equal compensation.  Only the University can determine if your internship opportunity is eligible for credit, not the employer.

Contact the Center for Career Development internship team at internships@uconn.edu if you have any questions or concerns.

Center for Career Development Courses

Majors/Minors With Internship Courses

Majors That Do Not Offer Internship Courses

College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources

Ratcliffe Hicks School of Agriculture

School of Business

Neag School of Education

School of Engineering

School of Fine Arts

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Continuing Education

College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources

Neag School of Education

School of Fine Arts

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

School of Nursing

School of Pharmacy