The Program recommends pursuing a non-credited internship or applied experience opportunity if you are able. Internships are good ways to gain work or experience in your field of interest before you graduate. Many internships are non-credited experiences; they are, by definition, non-academic (non-classroom) experiences to which you apply the knowledge you have gained during your academic experience. However, be sure to check with the internship site about their expectations concerning academic credit. The ECS major does not currently support credited internships.
The Undergraduate Advising and Career Center uses an online service, Wildcat Careers, to post all internship opportunities that it receives.