It starts in our labs, where you’ll spend hundreds of hours practicing what you’ve learned using industry-standard equipment. Perhaps you’ll get involved in undergraduate research, working alongside faculty mentors to solve real-world problems, or perhaps you'll hold an internship at a local company, gathering valuable experience and connections before you graduate. You might even intern overseas through a study abroad program. By the time you start your first real job, you’ll have a huge head start over your peers and will be ready to wow your employer.