The Watson School offers specialized academic and career resources specific to Binghamton University engineering and computer science students in addition to the services already available through Residential Life, the Dean of Students and the Career Development Center.
Professional advisers are available year-round to assist students in a variety of ways through scheduled appointments and walk-ins. Services cover general academic advising for all majors, processing of required forms, as well as assistance and referrals for many situations in a welcoming atmosphere. Our front desk staff of knowledgeable student peer advisers answer many general questions for current and prospective students. Prospective undergraduate transfer students are assisted by professional undergraduate advisers, and graduate students are assisted by the Coordinator of Graduate Programs.
Watson School career services offers individual advising in areas including:
- career paths
- job shadowing
- job search strategies
- resume preparation
- interview practice
- prepare for the international dimensions of your career
The business and academic world is much different today than even a generation ago. The Internet and other technology allow for worldwide interaction amongst individuals so they can easily communicate correct market techniques and understand research implications. Globalization opens up a world of possibilities for both businesses and academia, but also presents the challenge of interacting with people from diverse cultures. The Watson School is providing ways for students, alumni and faculty to benefit from its international network.
The Engineering Community at Mountainview offers incoming freshman the opportunity to meet fellow engineering students, receive academic support and explore their chosen field through trips to local industry and educational partners such as Lockheed Martin and Cornell's High Energy Synchrotron.
Peer Tutoring and Mentoring
Academic support services are offered by several Watson School organizations including Tau Beta Pi — the National Engineering Honor Society, Upsilon Pi Epsilon — the Computer Science Honor Society, and the Association for Computing Machinery. If you are interested in learning about events or individual tutoring for courses contact: Engineering Patrick Madden Computer Science Eileen Head,