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Evaluation of an Interview-Based Internship Class in the Construction Management Curriculum: A Case Study of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Internships have been shown to be impactful tools to connect students' learning in academia with real-world industrial needs. To help the students to get more out of their internship experience, some universities provide a summer internship class in which students do class assignments based on their experiences during their internship. There have been numerous studies on the benefits of internships. However, the benefits of a potential internship class for students in construction managementdoi:10.3390/educsci10040109 fatcat:d7qygmikhjg4pj7v4ktgtpyjfy