School of Engineering graduate students may participate in Co-op and Internships opportunities.
This program offers graduate level students the opportunity to work
full-time for at least one semester. As
an applicant to the program, you will benefit from our office’s job development
efforts, but we strongly encourage you to seek intern and co-op openings on
your own and apply to as many relevant positions as possible, as this is a
Once placed in a co-op position, students register for the
graduate co-op course, engineering 2090, which offers full-time status and is
part of the graduate level curriculum, providing practical, full-time, and paid
experience in your field of study. Student who take an internship position do not register or receive credit for the work experience. Graduate level candidates have completed
co-ops and internships with companies all across the USA.
Work with some of the best employers across the country!
Check out the Graduate Student Co-op handbook