- Brandon German ’15
- Hometown: Cumberland, OH
- Major: Criminal Justice, Comp Science
My ultimate career goal is to work for the CIA as an agent that travels to help unlock areas of knowledge that we don’t have about enemies that the United States has at that point in time.
Computer Network and Security Internships and Hands-On Learning
Students who choose to minor in computer and network security at the University Mount Union have many opportunities to get “real-world” experience outside of the classroom. Getting involved in experiential learning opportunities and student organizations will better prepare you for a successful technological-based career.
Experiential learning opportunities will give you many chances to put classroom knowledge to work.
These opportunities, which complement classroom learning, include:
- Database development using Access, MySQL and SQL Server/.Net environments
- On-campus employment as lab assistants, lab supervisors and HelpDesk assistants
- Independent research
- Lectures by guest speakers
- Research with faculty or student peers
- Research-based courses
Society of Computing Students (SoCS) is a student-led organization on Mount Union’s campus. The society provides opportunities for leadership, professional networking, programming contests and other related activities.