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Begin your journey to lifelong career success with the Business Career Center. As a business student, you have access to programs and resources to help you recognize your interests and transform them into career opportunities.

Apply and Interview with Employers

Meet With a Career Coach

We’re available to assist you with all of your career-related questions.

Schedule an appointment through MyPlan, call 402-472-7272 or email Both in-person and virtual appointments are available.

Drop-in hours (in-person only) are available year- round. See us for 20 minutes or less Monday through Friday between 1-4pm.

Explore Major and Careers

Whether you are choosing a major or exploring careers, our career coaches can assist you. We work with you to identify interests, skills, values and strengths to make informed career decisions.

Career Outcomes Self-Assessments and Career Exploration Sites

Apply for Jobs

Search for opportunities or prepare and edit your application materials with a career coach. Get noticed in the job market with the help of a variety of useful resources and personalized assistance.

Templates, Samples and Resources


Ace your interview by completing a personalized practice interview with a career coach in person, over the phone or via video. You can also take advantage of our 24-hour interview prep platform through BigInterview.

Interviewing Tips BigInterview

Connect With Employers

Success comes from engaging early and often with employers in the College of Business. From visiting with Employers in Residence to arranging informational interviews, connect with employers year round and market yourself for success.

Connect with Employers

Getting Course Credit for Your Internship

Turn your internship into an opportunity to earn 0-3 credit hours while learning about business theories, principles and practices utilized in your major field of study. By registering for Professional Internship (BSAD 395), you will reflect on what you learn in the classroom and apply it directly in a professional business setting through an approved internship. You’ll work with an academic advisor, internship coordinator, a sponsoring faculty member and your internship employer supervisor to complete the course.

What types of experiences can be considered as an internship?
The internship must meet certain standards and expectations. BSAD 395 uses the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) definition of “internship.

Credit hours for the internship are based around the quality of academic assignments submitted about the internship. Students cannot earn internship credit for their current job but can earn internship credit for an experience in a new area at their current organization if it relates to their undergraduate academic studies. Regardless of the academic credit awarded for the internship (0, 1, 2 or 3 credit hours), all internships must involve at least 150 hours of work.

What are the steps to enroll in the course?

  1. Meet with an academic advisor in the Business Advising and Student Engagement office to discuss if/how BSAD 395 will count toward your degree.
  2. Contact Business Career Center to be added to the Canvas course to submit pre-internship documents and assignments.
  3. Once you have been added to the Canvas Course, you will see further instructions for you to:
    1. Submit a copy of your internship description or create an internship proposal.
    2. Contact the appropriate faculty/staff member to complete the Academic Credit Contract.
    3. Contact your internship employer supervisor to complete the Memorandum of Understanding.
  4. Once approval is granted, enroll in the course in MyRed.

What assignments are required for the course?

  • Complete a final paper or presentation as determined in the meeting with your faculty member.
  • Schedule a career coaching session with the Business Career Center to review your resume with your internship added and upload the revised resume.
  • Receive an evaluation from your internship employer supervisor and submit.
  • Complete a self-evaluation and submit.

How will participation in BSAD 395 help me?

  • Transcription of the internship onto your academic record.
  • Credit toward graduation (if selecting the 1-3 section).
  • Opportunity to collaborate with a faculty member.
  • Deeper processing of the internship experience and how it relates to academic content and future career goals.

To learn more, view the public syllabus at:

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Professional Enhancement Program

Enhance your career and professional development by enrolling in the Professional Enhancement Program (PrEP) which includes four, one-credit hour courses. This unique and innovative curriculum prepares you to not only successfully find an internship or full-time job, but also to succeed in your career and personal life after college.

Professional Enhancement Program

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