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Clemson undergraduates have worked at over 360 companies through Cooperative Education. Students who co-op are able to apply the knowledge they have gained in the classroom to tangible projects at their job site. This planned, voluntary program creates job opportunities for students, who alternate periods of academic study with periods of related work in a participating business, industry, agency, or organization. For more information, please visit Clemson Cooperative Education.

MSE Internships

Preparing undergraduate students for the post-graduate work or continuing education is a critical element of the educational experience in Materials Science and Engineering. Through faculty connections with industry, some of our students spend the summer engaged in applied research under the direction of scientists and engineers in an industrial setting.

International Internships

Students who find it difficult to include a full semester away can still gain valuable international experience with our Summer Study Abroad programs. The Bristol, England, program includes four weeks at the University of Bristol. Students earn six Clemson credits, followed by two weeks of independent touring in Europe. They experience British culture firsthand by living with host families and visit many cultural and historic sites. The Trier, Germany, program is designed especially for freshmen. They teach in English and includes four weeks at the University of Applied Sciences along with tours of some of Germany’s most scenic and historic sites. For more information about these and other international opportunities, please visit CECAS Global Engagement.

Career Preparation

The Michelin® Career Center helps students decide about majors, locate internships and part-time jobs, search for jobs, write résumés, and prepare for interviews. The center coordinates educational placement, file services, and schedules on-campus interviews at career fairs. More than 400 employers interview Clemson students on campus each year through the career center. For more information, please visit Clemson Career Center.

The Clemson Alumni Association provides a lifelong connection to career services. Its career service program offers advice on assessments, résumé writing, interview questions, and salary guides; networking practice through the Ask-a-Tiger Network; job search recommendations; and much more. For more information, please visit Clemson Alumni.

After Graduation

Clemson engineering and science graduates find positions at some of the world's top companies and are accepted to some of the best graduate schools in their fields. Below is a list of some of the many companies and agencies that Clemson graduates have applied their skills and knowledge.

  • Researcher


  • Application Engineer

    Hubbell Power Systems

  • Process Improvement Engineer

    Milliken & Company

  • R&D Technologist

    Sandia National Labs

  • Business Technology Analyst


  • Materials Engineer


  • Product Industrialization Engineer

    Continental Tire

  • Engineer

    Savannah River Nuclear Solutions

  • Production Scheduler



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