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Old 02-11-2019, 01:41 PM
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Originally Posted by N2theblue View Post
Yeah that killed me coming out of school cause I went home to work for my Dad every summer instead of interning and wanted to finish in 4 years so didn't co-op (which back then typically extended our time in school to 5 years). Had to get help from a family friend to get my first job.
most schools have figured this out, and the good / respected programs now *require* co-ops and/or internships in order to graduate. they are chasing the high job-placement metrics, and they know that these programs help for the reasons NCSUboater mentions. my son is majoring in international business and must complete both a semester abroad and an internship abroad to meet graduation requirements at SDSU...their program is consistently rated top 20 in the country.
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