Major: Management and Engineering for Manufacturing

Location: CT, United States

Course; Grading: MEM 3281; Satisfactory (S) / Unsatisfactory (U)
Course co-requisites; Grading: N/A; N/A
Possible number of credits: Zero
Course prerequisites: Open with consent of instructor and MEM program director.
Minimum class standing and GPA: Junior; 3.00/4.00
Academic work requirement: Subject to the discretion of student and faculty advisor.
Can non-majors receive credit? No
Internship is a graduation requirement for
this program:
When course is offered: Fall and Spring
Additional information: May be repeated. Designed to educate students in the MEM program with the realities of the manufacturing environment and to provide them with the opportunity to exercise problem solving skills which fulfilling a need of the internship sponsor.


Sample Internship opportunities for Management and Engineering for Manufacturing majors:
Operations Intern, Product Support Intern, Supply Chain Operations Intern, Quality Assurance Intern, Manufacturing Services Intern, Tool Design Intern

Sample organizations where Management and Engineering for Manufacturing majors have interned:
Walter B. Melvin Architects, Millennium Media Group, TruMicro Laser Technology – TRUMPF, FritoLay, Sikorsky, UTC, Gilbane

Ways to find an internship:
Internships can be found on Handshake, or through online resources found at

For more information about internship policies in this department, please contact:
Craig Calvert, MEM Co-Director for the School of Business
School of Business, Room 372

Sponsor:School of Business; School of Engineering