Internships can be performed in any emerging media and technology field or interest, as long as the job is involved in an area within the profession like: Data Analytics, Information Technologies, Digital Media, User Experience Design, Web Design and/or Development, Information Security, Network Design, Application Development, Project Management or Digital Design.

Internships for academic credit must meet these criteria: 

  • The job is in the student's major area of study
  • The job involved working in a staff (rather than freelance) capacity
  • The student will be guided or mentored by a professional(s)
  • The student will be performing work relevant to the field of emerging media and technology

Undergraduate Internships

To complete an undergraduate internship for academic credit, review the steps and submit the application on the webpage below. 

Undergraduate Internship Process & Application

Graduate Internships

To complete a graduate internship for academic credit, complete the Internship Application below. 

Graduate Internship Application

If you have additional questions about the internship program, please email the School of Emerging Media and Technology Internship Coordinator, Adam Stephens at