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.