An internship allows students to apply the skills learned and knowledge gained in their classes and allows students to gain practical experience and acquire new knowledge and skills by working in medium to large-scale real-world projectsLearn more
Students could enroll in CSCI-Y 398 internship course and earn credit towards a CS elective requirement.
Some students pursue internship without enrolling in the internship course.
Students typically pursue internships in companies, businesses, and other organizations.
Students could also pursue the CIVECS internship.Visit the CIVECS page
Paid vs. Unpaid
Internships in CS are mostly paid though there may be non-paid opportunities as well.
In some cases students will also be able to find a work-study internship location.
Though there are no specific requirements, completion of CSCI-C 243 would be ideal.
- C308, C335, and one other CSCI course above the level of CSCI-C 243.
- Approval of the department internship coordinator.
- Approval of the internship supervising faculty.
- A typical internship course will run for about 12 to 15 weeks and the student works about 15 to 20 hours a weeks
If you are interested in pursuing the internal CIVECS internships consult the internship coordinator.
For more information please contact the Department Chair or Internship Coordinator