Career Prep

The engineering careers of the future

Engineers are always sought after, and the demand for engineers in ISE-related fields is already high and growing rapidly. You will graduate ready to work in areas like artificial intelligence, the internet of things, smart materials, machine learning, systems and networking, and product engineering.

Employers know they can find great interns and full-time hires at the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering: in 2016–17, more than 650 organizations hired SICE students or graduates.

SICE Career Services will help you hone your elevator pitch about what ISE is and what you can do, which is vital in a new field like ours.

Accelerated master’s degree

Current undergrads can deepen their skills and increase their earning potential by earning an M.S. degree in just one more year of study.

Learn about our accelerated master’s degree
Jonathan Krzesniak

In my internship I was able to offer a different engineering perspective and unique solutions that my colleagues hadn’t previously considered.

Jonathan Krzesniak, B.S. student who interned at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division

Get ready for technical interviews

You may be asked to participate in a technical interview if an employer wants to evaluate your technical skills. We offer several ways to help you prepare for your technical interviews:

  • Log into SICE Careers and go to the Career Search Guide to learn all about technical interviews.
  • Make an appointment with the Career Services Office for a mock technical interview. The career staff can tailor your mock interview to the field you are interested in entering.
  • If you are pursuing a career that involves programming, participate in SICE’s programming competitions.

Start your career preparation

Log into SICE Careers