Several of the University’s schools and colleges have a career center tailored to their student populations. Students at these schools and colleges are welcome to use the CCD as well as their own career office.
Serving undergraduate and graduate students majoring in all areas of communication, including television, film, radio, public relations, advertising, journalism, communication theory, and emerging media studies. The curriculum combines academic rigor, professional hands-on skills, and an emphasis on writing, oral communication, visual literacy, and digital media skills.
Serving undergraduate and graduate students in biomedical engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, materials science, mechanical engineering, photonics, and systems engineering, with concentrations available in manufacturing, aerospace, technology innovation, nanotechnology, and energy technologies and environmental engineering. Programs focus on developing “Societal Engineers,” innovators that are able to link material learned in coursework to real-world issues.
Serving undergraduate students focusing on business administration with concentrations in the business functions: accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, general management, law, management information systems, marketing, operations & technology management, and organizational behavior.
Serving graduate students completing an MBA (two-year, professional evening, executive), MS in mathematical finance, MS in management studies, dual degree programs, or doctoral programs.
Serving undergraduate students interested in all aspects of the hospitality business (hotel & lodging, food & beverage, casino & gaming operations, marketing, sales, accounting, finance, revenue management, event management, travel & tourism, sports and entertainment). Students are required to complete two internships and an international experience before graduation.
Serving graduate students completing the JD program (with options for concentrations in intellectual property, health law, international law, transactional law, and litigation and dispute resolution). There are five LLM programs: American Law, Banking & Financial Law, Intellectual Property, Taxation, and an Executive LLM in International Business Law, and Taxation.
Serving graduate students completing master’s and doctoral programs in seven areas: biostatistics; community health sciences; environmental health; epidemiology; global health; health law, bioethics & human rights; and health policy & management.