Applied Learning at UH Hilo

Internship Courses

Internships, an important type of applied learning, include activities in which students' knowledge and skills are applied in a real‐life setting under the guidance and supervision of a mentor with expertise in the area of application. Internships help to provide real world experience to students looking to explore or gain the relevant knowledge and skills required to enter into a particular career field.

Internship courses by College

College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Natural Resource Management

CAFNRM website

  • AGBU 291 Agribus Intern/Work Experience (3)
  • ANSC 490 Animal Science Internship (3)

College of Arts and Sciences

CAS website

  • ASTR 400 Observatory Internship (1–6)
  • ANTH 490 Internship in Archaeology (3–6)
  • MARE 480 Senior Internship (3)
  • GEOG 496 Planning Internship (3)
  • ASTR 275 Akamai Internship (1–3)
  • PSY 659 Internship Supervision (3)
  • SOC 391 Internship (3–12)
  • POLS 391 Internship (3–12)

College of Business and Economics

CoBE website

  • BUS 400 Internship (3)
  • ACC 400 Senior Accounting Internship (3)

To learn about other applied learning opportunities at UH Hilo, see also: