​work and internship opportunities

Students are encouraged to pursue internship opportunities to start building a strong resume prior to graduation.  


We strongly encourage you to consider study abroad/internship as part of your program experience.  For many students, study abroad/internship is a life-changing experience.


We have a wide variety of programs for students with different needs and objectives.  Faculty members can help you decide which opportunity is best for your personal interests.


There are opportunities to work on campus as well:


On-Campus Employment:

The University offers Federal work-study programs funded by Title IV as well as non work-study positions for both domestic and international students.  Our department also hires lab assistants, student office assistants and professor assistants.
 

Graduate Teaching Assistant:

Graduate teaching assistantships are available to master's students and provide a set semester stipend plus tuition remission (between six and 12 credit hours).  There are also a limited number of teaching assistantships available within our program.  Notification of open positions will be announced each spring.  Applicants should have completed one semester of study before applying.
 

Graduate Assistant:

Graduate assistantships are available to master's students and provide a set semester stipend plus tuition remission (up to 12 credit hours).  There are also a limited number of teaching assistantships available within our program.  Notification of open positions will be announced each spring.  Applicants should have completed one semester of study before applying.