To register with the College of Engineering and Computer Science for the engineering internship program, students should be a sophomore level or above and:

  • have completed or be nearing completion of entry-level courses as outlined by CECS
  • have declared a course of study and been accepted into that program
  • have a 2.5 GPA for undergraduate students and a 3.0 GPA for graduate students
  • be committing to a job related to their major

Students who do not meet the eligibility guidelines are advised to schedule an appointment with the internship advisor in the Brandeberry Career Development Center to discuss their options. Appointments may be scheduled by calling (937) 775-4491.

Biomedical Engineering and Industrial Systems Engineering:

  • ENG 1100
  • EGR 1010 (or MTH 2300)
  • CHM 1210 or PHY 2400

Computer Engineering:

  • ENG 1100
  • CS 1180 (or CS 1160 and CS 1161) and CS 1181
  • MTH 2570 or CS 2200

Computer Science:

  • ENG 1100
  • CS 1180 (or CS 1160 and CS 1161) and CS 1811
  • MTH 2570 or CS 2200

Electrical Engineering:

  • ENG 1100
  • EGR 1010 (or MTH 2300)
  • CEG 2170
  • EE 2010 (or PHY 2400)

Industrial and Systems/Biomedical Engineering:

  • Please contact the BIE department for more information

Mechanical Engineering/Materials Science:

  • ENG 1100
  • EGR 1010 (or MTH 2300)
  • CHM 1210/1210L or PHY 2400/2400L
  • ME 1020

Registering for Engineering Internships

Are you currently participating in a co-op/internship? If so, you can receive credit for the internship experience which may count toward General and/or Technical Electives in your major. Students must register for one of the following courses:

  • EGR 2940 - sophomores
  • EGR 3940 - juniors
  • EGR 4940 - seniors
  • EGR 6940 - graduate students

To register, please complete the Internship Agreement Form and submit it electronically through the provided link.

Once you submit your Internship Agreement Form, an Internship Advisor from the Brandeberry Career Development Center will contact you regarding your registration options.

You may register for 1 credit for every 10 hours/week working in your internship with a maximum of 4 total credits per semester. Transcripted internships for no credit hours are also available.

Please work directly with the BCDC staff to add internship to your course schedule. For more information related to internships in Engineering, please contact the Internship Advisor, Jessica Lee, (937) 775-4491