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Additional UT Career Centers
College of Business and Innovation: Business Career Programs
The Business Career Programs office assists COBI students in securing internships during their undergraduate careers and full-time placement upon graduation. Their office strives to provide the necessary resources to our students so that they may conduct their own tailored job searches that fit their individual needs.
College of Engineering – Career Development Center
The Career Development Center assists engineering students in identifying co-op opportunities and connecting students with potential employers through an annual Career Expo.
The Office of Professional Development, Law Career Services, helps students achieve career success through a full range of developmental opportunities and experiences. In addition to formal workshops and individual career counseling sessions, the office oversees numerous opportunities outside of the law school designed to help students make contacts in the legal field and become more informed and effective professionals.
College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences - Experiential Education
The Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPE) and Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPE) are designed to provide active learning and an extension of the information learned throughout the Pharm.D. curriculum. Both IPPEs and APPEs involve student participation and service in community and institutional pharmacy settings. Students have the opportunity to use the information learned throughout coursework and experience different pharmacy settings.
(Veterans, African-American, Latin-American, Asian-American, Women, Disability, GLBT, International)
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