A one-semester, variable credit internship at a biotechnology site. Includes participation in one or more projects selected to integrate the materials learned in academic courses. Students are responsible for finding biotechnology internships by searching on-line and using UB resources (example: career services, experiential learning network, and resources presented in MT 445 Career Prep classes). Students can receive MT 496 credit within their degree program for more than one internship experience. Registration in MT 496 is open to BTE accepted majors and BTE intended majors
Students get field experience in mathematical employment, in business, industry or education, working under the joint supervision of an off-campus supervisor and a university faculty member, usually the director of undergraduate studies. May be taken once only.
An internship position with a professional company or educational institution. Focuses on actual "field" experience to enhance the student's preparation for a professional career in musical theatre.