BMM 399 - Manufacturing Internship


This course provides students with the opportunity to apply and expand manufacturing skills and knowledge in a hands-on workplace environment while fulfilling the need of the internship sponsor. Students will have a work-site supervisor who will assign duties in the workplace, combined with regularly scheduled campus sessions with their Goodwin course instructor to assess progress, problem areas, areas for growth, and to review appropriateness of work involvement. The student must complete a minimum of 150 hours for this course, of which 135 hours are at the work site. Students must successfully interview with the sponsoring company for the internship position in order to remain enrolled in the course. This must occur prior to the second week of class. (F, Sp, Su)