Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Human Centered Design & Engineering complete 180 credits to graduate, including general education courses, "coursework in engineering fundamentals, experiential learning, HCDE core courses and major electives, and additional free electives.
Current and prospective HCDE undergraduate students are encouraged to meet with a departmental advisor to discuss admission, graduation, and degree planning. Find advising contact information »
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Internships allow students to practice and grow their skills in a professional setting. Completing an internship is a requirement for HCDE undergraduate students. Students may search for internships by using the following resources: