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The CIS Internship Program

The CIS Department in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business currently ranks 10th in the nation according to U.S. News and World Report.


      The Internship Program of CIS (Computer Information System) department at Robinson College of Business offers highly qualified undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to gain first-hand working experience in both technical field and business area

     The program is designed to complement a student's formal education with practical work experience. It is a unique opportunity for students to clarify employment goals, develop professional network, and learn about a particular industry.  Participating corporations are expecting to receive high-quality work and active participation from the students they sponsor. Students will have the opportunity to make significant contributions to a business production by providing valuable assistance in developing new programs as well as perform a variety of activities within the organization.  Such experience directly related to the studentís major makes the students more marketable when seeking for full-time positions after graduate.

     All enrolled students in good academic standing, a GPA of 3.3 or greater, and senior-level status or higher are eligible to participate in the program.   Internships can be part-time, full-time, paid or unpaid.  Students may apply for the Internship Program at any time during the academic career.  However, early start, initiative and persistence will be recommended.

     For more information, please check the following links:

     CIS Internship Program Office

     Student Information

     Employer Information

     Successful Internship Cases


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