Engineering Co-op and Internship Program
Since 1985, the Engineering Co-op & Internship Program has helped more than 12,000 students to obtain domestic or international career-related work experience prior to graduation. Program participants may choose to complete either an internship (one semester at a company or organization) or a co-op (usually three semesters at the same company or organization). Co-op and internship experiences may be completed during any semester, although a co-op typically requires at least one spring or fall semester in addition to summers. Students earn 1 to 3 academic credits for the work experience(s), retain full-time student status, and continue to make academic progress while earning money and gaining valuable workplace experience. For more information, go to Engineering Career Resources and Employer Relations.
Study or Work Abroad
Once-in-a-lifetime opportunities and unique cultural and educational experiences are available to students through our international study and work abroad programs. For complete information, go to Global Engineering Education.
Research Opportunities for Undergraduates
Students who want to experience research as an undergraduate may arrange research projects independently with individual faculty members or through their classes. For more information, go to Research Opportunities for Undergraduates.
Bernard M. Gordon Learning Factory
The Bernard M. Gordon Learning Factory is a hands-on laboratory that supports courses in six engineering departments. The Learning Factory provides modern design, prototyping, and manufacturing facilities, including machining (CNC and manual), rapid prototyping, welding, metrology, and CAD/CAM. Training classes are offered in shop safety, machining, and welding. Any engineering student can use the Learning Factory on a walk-in basis for a course-related activity. For more information, go to Bernard M. Gordon Learning Factory.
Center for Engineering Design and Entrepreneurship
The Center for Engineering Design and Entrepreneurship (CEDE) is a walk-in facility that features flexible meeting and wireless classrooms, design studios, a fabrication and assembly shop, and a testing laboratory. For more information, go to Center for Engineering Design and Entrepreneurship.
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