Undergraduate students have opportunities to connect with local and national companies through internships, practicum coursework, mentor network, and Career Day events.
Internships offer the student an opportunity to learn how information studies principles and techniques are applied in a structured setting. The internship experience is a collaborative undertaking by the student, faculty member, internship coordinator, site supervisor, and student peers. Although the primary responsibility for a successful internship experience rests with the student, the faculty member, internship coordinator, site supervisor, and student should all be involved in the design, monitoring, and evaluation of the experience.
- Learn more about internships and the application process
Interact with potential employers and build your professional network.
View maps of where our students are employed, both locally and across the country.
Professional Student Organizations
Undergraduate students have the opportunity to join several student organizations to further their professional development: STARS Alliance, Association of IT Professionals (AITP), and Women in IT/ICT Sharing Experiences (WISE).
Learn more about undergraduate student organizations.