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AMS 4950 Professional Internship

An important component of the AMS degree program is the “Professional Internship” course (AMS 4950), which gives students the invaluable opportunity to work at one of our manufacturing company partners. This represents an important opportunity to learn what it’s like to work in a multidisciplinary manufacturing environment on a “real-life” project. Additionally, students will begin to establish critical industry contacts and build their professional network.

Yes, AMS majors must complete a minimum of 3 credit hours (total) of AMS 4950 Professional Internship.

AMS majors must complete a minimum of 3 credit hours (total) of AMS 4950 Professional Internship. 

1 credit hour = 45 work hours

2 credit hours = 90 work hours

3 credit hours = 135 work hours

The MSU Denver Classroom to Career Hub provides resources to help students find an internship. To get started, students can log in to Career Link, a database for all student internships, part-time jobs, and career positions. 

How do I access Career Link?

  • Go to your Student Hub
  • Scroll to the Career/Jobs section
  • Click Career Link
  • Log in with your MSU Denver NetID and password
  • Once you have logged in, click on Jobs & Internships

Once you have secured an internship, please contact AMSI to schedule an appointment and begin the Application for Academic Credit. Students will be unable to register themselves for internship credit until the application for credit has been submitted and approved.

Following the completion of your Application for Academic Credit, students will then be allowed to register for the associated number of credits in AMS 4950 or AMS 3980.

Your application for credit, the internship approval and registration MUST be completed before you begin your work hours. 

Please contact MSU Denver's Classroom to Career Hub

(303) 615-1333 |

To learn more information about posting positions, please review the AMSI Internship and Co-op Employer Reference Guide 2019-2020_Updated.

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