Integrity - Honest, trustworthy and ethical in our interactions.
Professionalism – Conduct ourselves with a high standard of expertise, reliability, and accountability.
Dedication – Committed to serving Fowler students, alumni, and community partners.
Respect – Honor the community and campus diversity, treating everyone with dignity and high regard.
Who hires our students?
Search and apply for internships and jobs through your Aztec Career Connection student
Learn about internships and jobs by attending career fairs, professional development workshops, industry panels and other career-related events. You can register for these events through Aztec Career Connection.
There are numerous requirements to qualify for academic credit for an internship.
The approval process can be time consuming and students are encouraged to start the
There are three internship courses offered by the Fowler College of Business.
- BA 401 (1 credit) – elective for non-MGT undergraduates
- MGT 401 (3 credits) – required course for all MGT undergraduates
- BA 780 (3 credits) – elective for graduate students
If you have questions about completing an internship for academic credit please contact Michelle Svay, Internship Coordinator [email protected].
The CareerLeader© career assessment and planning tool is specifically designed for business students, and allows you to:
- Assess and understand your unique pattern of business-relevant interests, motivators and skills
- Match your interests, skills and motivators to specific business-related careers based on a database of hundreds of thousands of business professionals’ profiles
- Learn which organizational cultures are likely to be the best fit for you
- Plan for successful career development, from career change to promotion to long term growth, with additional resources like the 360 feedback tool
Current students should contact the Fowler Career Management Center for login instructions and password.
Gallup’s CliftonStrengths assessment measures your natural patterns of thinking, feeling
and behaving, so when you’ve completed it you’ll have discovered your talents, ways
to explain and understand them, and how to aim your talents at anything that comes
your way. Use your results to maximize your potential!
Current students should contact the Fowler Career Management Center for login instructions and an access code.
Vault is an educational tool that provides you unlimited, online access to comprehensive career information and management tools. If you’re looking for a job or internship, Vault has everything you need. Access Vault through SDSU Library and Information Access website: Vault Campus Edition
You may need to sign in to your SDSU ID account if you are not already signed on.
Through Blackboard you have on-demand access to the Career Management page, which houses resources and tools essential to your job search and professional development. Resources include career-related informational handouts, samples, worksheets, and webinars to view at your convenience.
- Beyond B-School
Fowler graduate business students have exclusive access to Beyond B-School’s online portal containing short impactful presentations and webinars on a range of career development topics. This online portal includes cutting edge career development programs to help you get – and stay – ahead. Access the videos and supplemental information anytime on any device. Graduate Business Students: Visit the Career Management tab in your Blackboard homeroom for the link to SDSU’s Beyond B-School site.
The Fowler Career Management Center works closely with corporate partners, recruiters, alumni, faculty, University Career Services, and other campus and community partners on a variety of events throughout the year, including:
- Industry panels
- Speaker events
- Career and professional development workshops
- Business career fairs
- Company visits