The Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Computing sets great store on its relationships with the corporate world. We have a world-class Corporate Advisory Committee that we consult frequently and extensively on a range of issues, including the revision of our academic programs. We also pride ourselves in how well our programs prepare our students for their careers. We encourage you to visit our departments to learn more about our programs. To arrange a visit to the College of Engineering and Computing for your corporate representative(s), please contact Ms. Barbara Gooby at 912-478-7170, email@example.com. Directions and parking can be found here.
Co-operative Programs and Internships
Co-ops and internships are an important part of the education of our students. Employers interested in hiring College of Engineering and Computing students may work with Career Services and our Office of Co-operative Programs and Internships. All students enrolled in the Information Technology program are required to complete an internship, while many students in Computer Science and Engineering also complete internships or take part in co-ops in partnership with industry.
Center for Innovative Technology, Engineering and Manufacturing Solutions
The Center for Innovative Technology, Engineering and Manufacturing Solutions (CITEMS) is an applied research center within the College that helps a wide variety of industries and government agencies solve their real-world problems. Currently CITEMS boasts 55,000 square feet of dedicated research space and supports regional industries by providing opportunities to collaborate with engineering, computer science and information technology faculty and students. CITEMS provides targeted expertise, equipment and applied research lab space to tackle your practical challenges.
In addition to preparing our students for successful careers, we also provide corporate training and consulting services through our Professional Development Center.
Last updated: 1/1/2018