There are many opportunities for employment for CS, IS, and IT majors. Employment opportunities come in all forms such as full and part-time jobs, on-campus jobs, and internships.

  • Please check the Job & Internship postings across from 160 (CSCI 105/110 tutoring).
  • For on-campus employment opportunities, go to and click on the Chants Joblink icon. Every semester, the Information Technology Services Department looks for student workers.

2013 Summer Internships
  • New jobs have been posted on Coastal Carolina’s career services site for open IT Associate positions and summer internships at Duke Energy. The IT Associate program offers 3 to 4 rotations into different technical areas within the IT organization over a 3 year period. Our program director has taken notice to the CCU alumni that have been hired over the last few years. There is a good chance that we will be planning a recruiting trip sometime during 2013 or early 2014. For more information please contact Michael Leal This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • DePauw University is hosting a research experience for undergraduate students (REU) during the summer of 2013. This program is open to students at colleges and universities that do not have graduate programs in computer science. This year, we have projects on the design and evaluation of persuasive technologies, educational support for functional media programming, and parallel processing (further details can be found at the link below). The program runs from May 29 to August 2. Applications must be received by March 1 to receive priority consideration, and all applications must be received by March 15.
    The students will receive a stipend of $5,000 for the summer, as well as a $750 reimbursement allowance for food purchased while at the program.
    Contact Scott Thede (765-658-4736 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
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  • Hope College is hosting a Computer Science NSF REU summer undergraduate research program this year. We have support for at least three undergraduate researchers who are not Hope students. Please encourage your students to consider this opportunity to be involved with computer science research. We have a special initiative to encourage the participation of both faculty and students from underrepresented groups.
    Applications are to be submitted online and are due March 1, 2013.
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  • Summer Opportunities for Undergraduate Students for Training in Biostatistics. Seven Summer Institutes for Training in Biostatistics (SIBS) are scheduled for the summer of 2013. SIBS are open to all US undergraduate and beginning graduate students (US citizens or permanent residents) and are sponsored by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and the National Center for Research Resources. The programs have been very successful, but space is limited!
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  • Paid Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU). We've had several students in the past participate in these, not just at the one in Huston. I'd highly recommend these for two primary reasons:
    1. They are perfect for those interested in going to graduate school
    2. and even if you don't go to graduate school, they are good for the resume
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  • LANL Undergraduate Summer Student Opportunity. Students are given a foundation in HPC in this summer appointment which involves sysadmin aspects as well as some introductory research topics.
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  • Los Alamos National Laboratory. Applications will be accepted from January 7 – February 15, 2013 All materials for complete application are sent to Carol Hogsett This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Eligibility is limited to sophomore – Senior level undergraduates (3.0 GPA required, Linux is required).
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  • Savannah River National Laboratory. The following would be an exciting summer internship opportunity. Keep in mind that we have a relationship with SRNL, the Savannah River National Laboratory.
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To apply for an internship through the Department of Computer Science at Coastal Carolina University, the following are required:
  • Application
  • Resume
  • Transcript (unofficial transcript is acceptable)
  • Letter of recommendation from a Computer Science faculty member
  • Signed Worker's Compensation Statement
  • Employer Agreement with Job Decription
Potential employers must also complete the following:
  • Internship Employer Agreement (with an attachement of the full job description) - to be completed before you sign up for the credits for CSCI 497.
  • Internship Student Evaluation - to be completed in order for you to receive a grade for CSCI 497 (Note: It is your responsibility to make sure this form is received by your advisor prior to the last day of the semester in which you have signed up for an internship. If not, a grade of I will be assigned for a period of 14 days. If the form is not received after that period of 14 days, the grade will turn to an "F".)
Students will be allowed to register for one to three credits of CSCI 497 when
  • Minimum requirements are met:
    • Junior Standing
    • Minimum GPA of 2.5 in Computer Science courses
    • Completion of CSCI 150 and CSCI 150L with a grade of C or better (or current enrollment and certification from instructor of a grade of B or better)
  • The full application packet has been received and approved by the Internship Director or the Chair of the Department.
  • The Internship Employer Agreement has been received and approved by the Internship Director or the Chair of the Department.
The following documents must be tuned in to the student's advisor and the Internship Director no later than the last day of the semester in which the student is enrolled in the internship:
  • Student Journal (weekly journal entires required)
  • Student's Evaluation of the Experience
  • Supervisor's Evaluation
For more information please contact the Internship Director, Professor Chad Casselman (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ), at 843-349-2646.