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As a globally recognized influencer, New York thrives on new ideas and innovation.

What can you bring to the table?

Any and every career field is available in New York, and with each career field, there is a network of diverse professionals. Building a network in New York doesn’t just give you a network in the city, it gives you a network that extends around the world.

Internships: What you need to know

The UTNY internship program opens up opportunities for those majoring in marketing, management, finance, acting, theater, studio art, art history, economics, government, global business, journalism, radio-television-film, advertising, public relations, corporate communication, and more. Those pursuing minors in business, communication, arts management, and administration will also find a great fit in the UTNY program. 

Students secure their internship with the assistance of UTNY staff and their college’s career services office. This crucial foot-in-the-door starts students with invaluable industry experience. All students should plan to enroll in and complete a three or six credit-hour internship (unless otherwise approved). Students register for internship credit within their major department and are responsible for meeting all internship course prerequisites.

Internship course requirements and criteria vary slightly depending on the course, college, and department. Students enrolling in a three-credit-hour internship typically work 150 – 175 hours. Students enrolling in a six-credit-hour internship typically work 300 – 350 hours.

UTNY Internship Credits

College of Fine Arts

McCombs School of Business

College of Liberal Arts 

Moody College of Communication

  • ADV 350/650 (180/250-300 Hours) – Advertising majors 
  • CLD 351/651 (150/300 Hours) – Communication and Leadership majors 
  • CMS 370K/670K (100/200 Hours) – Communication Studies majors 
  • J 330F/660F (150 Hours/300 Hours) – Journalism majors 
  • PR 350/650 (180/250-300 Hours) – Public Relations majors 
  • RTF 330L/650N (160/320 Hours) – Radio-Television-Film majors 

Internship Credit for any UTNY Student

UTNY students with extenuating circumstances or those unaffiliated with a college or school listed above can earn COM 350/COM 650 internship credit through the Moody College of Communication.  

This list is subject to change. Please check with your academic advisor, college, school, and department for the most up-to-date information.  

Career Services: Making UTNY work for you

Every semester, UTNY students work with their college career services departments and UTNY staff to secure internships across multiple sectors in New York.

UTNY provides exclusive opportunities and supports students through resume reviews, interview prep, and guidance.


 

Contact Career Services

College of Fine Arts

Fine Arts Career Services
https://finearts.utexas.edu/careers

College of Liberal Arts

Liberal Arts Career Services https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/lacs/

McCombs School of Business

Moody College of Communication

Texas Career Engagement

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