SICE provides students the opportunity to earn academic credit toward graduation while building their professional skills. There are a number of paths students can take to develop their background in their chosen field, and SICE career services can help you find the perfect situation to blend your education with experience.
Real-world experience is a valuable part of any educational program
I391 Internship in Informatics Professional Practice
Our I391 Internship in Informatics Professional Practice course gives students the opportunity to earn 1-3 credits per semester while building experience in a professional activity representative of Informatics.
I491 Capstone Project Internship
Our I491 Capstone Project Internship allows students to fulfill their capstone requirement while also building experience in a professional setting involving a substantial technical component that provides the intern with learning opportunities that stretches an individual’s skillset in a non-trivial manner.
Y399 Project in Professional Practice
The Y399 Project in Professional Practice course allows students to receive credit for designing, executing, and documenting a project assignment selected in consultation with an employer. It must involve a project for which the student has substantial independent involvement as well as close supervision by the employer.
ILS-Z605 Internship in Information Library Services
Our Z605 affords students the opportunity to earn credit for an internship that builds experience in the skills of a supervisory role, including the chance to take an active part in program planning, task analysis, program implementation, and more. This course typically requires students to work independently or with minimal supervision, and it is usually taken during your final semester.