Many of our students start the job they will have after graduation while still in the Program. Some bring their existing jobs into their graduate work, or use the Program’s flexibility to create and incubate a venture they will work in after studies are completed – in effect, creating their own jobs.
Since many classes are scheduled for evening and weekends, students can pursue internships and employment while studying. Most take advantage of this opportunity. Internships are a great way to acquire experience and build a professional network, and for a number of students they have led to full-time employment.