Everything Else is designed to address questions that you may have about auditing a course, co-ops and internships, design team and service projects, honors, minors and certificates, on-campus communities, research opportunities, second degrees, and study abroad.
- Don't want to deal with the pressures of getting a grade in a course? Just want to learn the material by "sitting in?" Try auditing a course.
- Do you want to gain valuable work experience and apply classroom theory to engineering practice? Intern or participate in the College of Engineering's experiential learning programs.
- You take a little, you give a little. Give back to your community through service projects or be a part of a design team.
- Learn about the different academic distinctions that the College has to offer. Graduate with honors, be on the Dean's List, or get your name on the Bronze Tablet.
- Supplement your engineering education with minors and/or certificates.
- Get involved with on-campus communities such as Women in Engineering, Morrill Engineering Program, iFoundry, or Engineering Council.
- Expand your mind and fulfill your potential through engineering research. (Also a great way to see what graduate study is like).
- Obtain a second degree and also consider graduate studies.
- Earn college credit. Experience a different way of life. Speak a different language. Travel the world. Explore your study abroad options.