Internships Positions for CS Students
Guidelines for Receiving Computer Science Co-Op/ Internship Credit
Computer Science Co-Ops and Internships are very important ways for students to gain experience while attending college. They can be rewarding and can lead to exciting careers. Real-world, practical experience can enrich an already top-notch curriculum.
Key Facts of the Course:
- Students must enroll in Career Development course (3 semester hours) each semester that they work full time up to a maximum of (4) semesters.
- Enrollment requires completion of Pre-Screening Form and Learning Agreement.
For the (Course), credit can be earned for Co-Op/Internships under the following conditions:
Guidelines for Approval:
- Students must apply and be approved to participate in the Internship program with the Director of Cooperative Education.
- Students need a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher to enroll in the program and may need a higher GPA to be considered for employment.
- Students must have completed a minimum of 30 academic credit hours.
- Must attend Internship orientation with Director of Cooperative Education.
- Credit is not given for general work experience. It must be an Internship-not a job.
- Duties and project descriptions will be provided by the employer.
The Co-Op Internship should be clearly related to a career field and it must be a valuable experience.
How to register for Class (COSC 4305 - Elective for Undergraduate Students; COSC 5360 - Elective for Graduate Students):
All the necessary forms are available below. The following pages further list all materials and forms that must be submitted to the Director of Cooperative Education by the specified deadline.
List of Current Available Co-Op/ Internships and other job-related websites::