Informatics and CS

Business Informatics, Health Informatics & Computer Science

Applied Education in Computer Science

While an applied educational component is not required in the Computer Science program, internships are still readily available for enterprising CS students through local employers such as the Idaho National Lab and Intel Security.

As with Informatics students, CS students who are able to secure an internship not only supplement the education that they receive in the classroom, but also gain work experience to enhance their marketability upon graduation.

Note for international students:

According to ISU's International Programs Office, if an internship is required by a degree then international students are allowed to serve an internship off campus.