Beyond getting involved in clubs and organizations, students can travel abroad, participate in undergraduate research, or even intern in their career field.
College of Agriculture & Biological Sciences students travel to locations such as Africa, Argentina, Australia, China, and England to expand their horizon and broaden their perspectives. We offer an ABS 482-582 International experience course, in addition to study-abroad and student-exchange programs.
Whatever your interest, undergraduate research means hands-on experience, working with faculty mentors and graduate students, scholarships, and opportunities to publish and present at professional meetings. Such experience is invaluable preparation for employment and graduate or professional school.
Career-related professional experiences are important components of a quality college education. Many internships pay students just like a part-time job, and academic credit can be arranged for approved experiences. Apply your classroom knowledge to the real world, enhance your career network, and build your résumé with valuable experiences.