Department of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering
Students - Internship
Electrical Engineering Internship Program
The Electrical and Biomedical Engineering Department strongly encourages its students to obtain internships at engineering companies both within and outside the state of Nevada. The department also allows students to signup for internship classes (EE 296, 396 and 496) so that they obtain credit for their internship work. The student must be working a minimum of 20 hours/week at the company to be eligible for 1 credit of internship during the fall and spring semesters. A student is allowed to enroll for 2 credits (1 credit each of EE 296, 396 or 496) during the summer, if he/she is working a minimum of 40 hours/week.
Internship Coordinator: Dr. Jim Henson
Phone: (775) 784-6929
Fax: (775) 784-6627
Any student interested in signing up for internship credit must meet with Dr. Chatterjee before enrolling in EE 296, 396, or 496. Please email her for an appointment.
Internship Forms and Information
Please read the internship policies and agreement. The internship agreement can be filled out using Adobe Acrobat. One of these forms must be filled out completely by the student and the other by the student's supervisor at the engineering company. It is also the student's responsibility to make sure that their supervisor sends in the completed evaluation form by the end of semester deadline.
Evaluation form to be completed by the student's supervisor
Please download the student internship evaluation form below and email the completed form to Dr. Henson at firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline specified in the letter that was sent to you at the beginning of the semester.