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Leading the Way

Technical skills in the classroom are only part of what is needed to succeed after college. As the world evolves, so must skill-sets. Graduates will need to build bridges that bring together the best minds, regardless of culture, nation, or discipline. With these qualities, students will be prepared to lead in the 21st century.

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Clemson Intersect

Clemson Intersect is a collaborative project between the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences (CECAS) and the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business to reinforce the relationship between business and the technical degree programs. The program's key focus areas include Business Analytics, Leadership, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, and Value Chain & Advanced Manufacturing.

A speaker series will consist of professionals who will highlight trends and best practices from their organizations. Talks will also include how business, engineering, and computing work together to generate a global impact. The initiative will, eventually, expand to offer networking opportunities between students and speakers.

Upcoming Events

To expand engagement opportunities, both the University and the College host workshops, speaker series, seminars, and presentations throughout the year.

  • Networking
  • Industry Connection
  • Innovation
  • Build Community
  • Student Organizations
  • Student Involvement
  • Professional Development
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Experience in the Field

Career paths can vary depending on what you choose to focus on while at college. Co-ops and internships allow you to find your niche in a given field. Workshops and career fairs can help develop interpersonal skills.

Cooperative Education provides an opportunity to learn under a mentor in a chosen field of study. Participating companies employ students full-time.

Internships provide a great opportunity for students to gain work experience and make connections with professionals in their field prior to graduating.

Creative Inquiry allows students to engage in team-based projects with an emphasis on undergraduate research. Graduate students often lead or mentor.

The Center for Career and Professional Development offers career fairs, mock interviews, and networking opportunities throughout the year.

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Study Abroad

Clemson engineering students have a variety of opportunities to travel abroad and be exposed to unique cultures and customs. In addition, ongoing projects allow students to apply practical knowledge to hands-on experiences while making contributions to the living conditions of those who don't have access to things we take for granted. We encourage all CECAS students to accept the challenge and make a difference by getting involved and growing through these rewarding international project opportunities.

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The University has adopted an academic plan that identifies eight areas in which it will conduct innovative research and encourage economic development. As a result, Clemson is a thriving place for research, building nationally recognized programs in advanced materials, automotive and transportation technology, biotechnology, biomedical sciences, family and community living, general education, information and communications technology, leadership, and entrepreneurship, and sustainable environment.

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