FMM 160 - Work Experience III

1-10-2
Credit Hours: 2

Students apply knowledge and skills through internship Students continue to accumulate information, strategies and soft skills that enable them to succeed in the workplace. Students apply knowledge and skills through internship opportunities for the FMM retail laboratory, supporting the online and pop-up shops and special projects for Industry and Community Partners. Examples include: various forms of research, data collection and analysis related to retail and marketing in partner shopping zone, FMM Retail shop operations, product procurement, marketing, visual merchandising, product and marketing photography and graphics, sales, sales fulfillment. Students will master program information as they study for the NRF Retail Industry Fundamentals Certification, participate in practice tests and pursue the certificate option.

Prerequisite

FMM 110, FMM 130, and FMM 145