Careers, co-ops, and internships
Welding Engineering graduates enjoy high salaries and great demand in the job market. At graduation, OSU Welding Engineers have had two significant experiences with industry and research in Welding Engineering, preparing them for entry to the workforce or continuing on to graduate school.
- Before their final year Welding Engineering students spend at least one summer or academic term in a paid internship for which they also receive a credit hour of academic credit (Weldeng 4189).
- The Welding Engineering Capstone series (Weldeng 4901 and 4902) is a year-long team research project sponsored by an industrial partner and supervised by a Welding Engineering faculty member.
Ohio State's Engineering Career Services is the primary source for connecting employers and students seeking careers, internships, and co-ops.