UTA Accounting Internship Program
If you are interested in enrolling in the internship course for college credit, the first step is to find an accounting internship.
How do I get an internship?
Three steps to getting the internship you really want:
- Start early. Accounting students should start looking for internships at least two years before their anticipated graduation date from the PPIA program. New Master's students should start the recruiting process their first semester.
- Register with The Career Center.
They can help you perfect your resume, practice your interview skills, and find an internship. Once you sign up you will need to start
checking their interview calendar once or twice a week so that you do not miss the opportunity to interview with the firms you want.
The Career Center
Davis Hall, Room 216
- Get involved.Students should also become involved with our
accounting student groups, Beta Alpha Psi and Accounting Society.� The two groups interact extensively with the
firms who hire our students.
a. Accounting Society, Faculty Advisor Terra Brown McGhee, email@example.com.
b. Beta Alpha Psi, Faculty Advisor John Repsis, firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I enroll in the internship course?
Once you have found an internship, you may be able to enroll in the internship course, ACCT 4393 or ACCT 5399 for three hours of college credit. ��Note: If you think you may have an internship and the deadline is approaching, you can complete form one before you have an official offer.
Form one is completed with your academic advisor.� Form two is completed on your own.� Form three is completed with your employer.� Form one and two are available at the following links:
Email Terra Brown McGhee, email@example.com for form three.
Planning to use the internship course toward your requirements for the CPA exam?
The Texas State Board of Public Accountancy may allow you to use the internship course as one of your required upper level accounting courses.� They review each internship on a case-by-case basis when making a decision.� If you are planning to sit for the CPA exam, you should be sure to complete four upper level accounting courses (not including principles 2301 and 2302) before enrolling in the internship course.
Need additional guidance?
Email questions to Terra Brown McGhee, Internship Coordinator (Accounting) at firstname.lastname@example.org.