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A Survey of AACSB Accredited Institutions and the Use of Work Experiences as part of the Business Curricula
Journal of the Academy of Business Education
  • Karel A. Updyke, Butler University
  • james F. sander, Butler University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2005
Abstract
This paper describes a survey of all American AACSB-accredited schools of business. The survey gathered information concerning work experiences (internships or cooperative education) required or offered in business curricula. Of the targeted schools, 133 responded. Results are presented regarding internship characteristics (prerequisites, student compensation, and course credit); assessment of students' performance (grading. learning objectives, academic and work components of grade determination); and administrative issues (site visits, release time, and faculty compensation). Of the 133 respondents. 12 require work experience of all majors, 14 require it of some majors, 88 offer but do not require, and J 9 offer no work experience.
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Karel A. Updyke and james F. sander. "A Survey of AACSB Accredited Institutions and the Use of Work Experiences as part of the Business Curricula" Journal of the Academy of Business Education Vol. 6 (2005) p. 118 - 126
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/james_sander/2/