The Nicholls College of Business Administration Internship Program offers students an opportunity to combine their academic preparation with practical, real-world business experience. The program attempts to place business students in internships with both public and private organizations throughout the region and beyond.

Internships satisfy upper level elective requirements and the job must provide sufficient discipline specific experience to qualify.  Credit can be earned in the following areas: accounting, finance, management, marketing, economics, and computer information systems.

To participate, students must be a junior or senior in good academic standing and approved by their academic advisers and respective department heads.  Students must have completed a minimum of 9 hours of course work in the internship discipline to be eligible for the program.  Students will receive three hours of credit and may participate in the internship program for credit for one semester only.  Acceptance into the program does not guarantee placement.

Internships offer benefits for students and employers.

Benefits for Students:

  • Better understanding of business.
  • Enhanced ability to make more informed career decisions.
  • Increased marketability.
  • Networking opportunities.
  • Opportunity to earn compensation.
  • Earn 3 hours academic credit.
  • Greater appreciation for remaining coursework
  • Click here for the student application packet.  Applications for Spring 2018 placement are due November 6,2017.
  • Click here for the intern weekly activity report.
  • Click here for the end of semester internship evaluation.

Benefits for Employers:

  • Effective means to locate and train motivated students for immediate employment.
  • Opportunity to preview students’ abilities.
  • Ability to assess students for “fit” with their organization.
  • A pipeline for potential employees.
  • Decreased cost-for-hire.
  • Enhanced recruitment and retention outcomes
  • Click here for an employer interest form.
  • Click here for the employer plan of work + cooperative agreement.
  • Click here for the  employer evaluation of intern(mid-term and final evaluation).

Contact the program’s director, Dr. Krisandra Guidry, (985) 448-4170 or for additional information.