Internships (CEI450 and CEI475)

Student may earn university credit by completing an internship. The credit applies to general credit counts, but the value of an internship stems from applying academic knowledge in a real-world setting. Internships give a glimpse of the application of computer science and computer programming that pairs well with university study.

Academic Advising & Career Services manages the process by which students can enter into an internship. Faculty serves as a student’s advisor, and the job supervisor and Career Services also have roles.