Get Real... Without Leaving Campus.
At UC, you’ll find a boatload of opportunities to work in real-world settings. Many of them are right on campus.
There’s F. Eugene Romano Hall, which offers state-of-the-art laboratory and learning facilities in the health sciences, including an innovative nursing lab that has become a model for nursing schools nationwide. (Since it opened in Fall 2007, more than 20 colleges have stopped by for a look.)
There’s also the new Raymond Simon Convergence Media Center – a fully functional high-definition (HD) production, editing, and broadcast facility. Dedicated to the emeritus professor who founded UC’s highly regarded public relations and journalism programs, this amazing learning center is one of only a handful of HD learning facilities in the northeastern U.S.
And UC's newest academic building is the recently dedicated Economic Crime and Justice Studies building, a highly sophisticated research and learning center that features cutting-edge forensic technologies, a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF), and other cool stuff to support students in our groundbreaking economic crime and cybersecurity programs.
Bottom line: If you want to work with the same tools and technologies professionals use, this is the place to get real.