During their cooperative education (co-op) experiences before graduation, RIT computer engineering students have been on product development teams for new computers and electronic imaging systems as well as a variety of large software projects for industry and government.
Students learn the real-world applications of computer engineering through co-op, where they apply classroom knowledge and lab experience to solving industrial problems. Co-op has taken our students from the high-tech corridors of New England and California to businesses close to their hometowns. Students have worked on product development teams for companies like IBM, Intel, Hewlett-Packard, Lucent Technologies, and Kodak. They have also worked on software projects for smaller companies and the government.
For more information about RIT's cooperative education program, visit the RIT Office of Cooperative Education & Career Services web site.