The CECS Experiential Learning Program encourages students to "Practice Today. To Prepare for Tomorrow". To strengthen the 21st century engineer and go beyond the classroom. Experiential Learning supports students in applying their classroom knowledge and conceptual understanding to real-world problems in industry.
Our wide-ranging of educational experiential learning programs--include cooperative education, internships, student organizations, capstone projects and faculty supported research projects. However, the Cooperative Education Program is a cornerstone for our students. It sets the stage by introducing students to a degree paid real-world engineering environment to learn in "Live-Time" from practicing professional engineers.
The Cooperative Education Program experience embeds, the professional knowledge, understanding, and confidence that ultimately leads to a lifetime of student success. It's the "Michigan Blue" difference.