Job Clusters

With more than 200 degree programs, the University of Cincinnati has the talent you need, and we are here to help you tap it.

Browse the job clusters below and follow the links to meet your needs.

If you have a need that's not addressed here, or you just want to talk to a human being, please contact us at engagement@uc.edu or 513-556-6526.

UC’s engineering, applied science and information technology programs prepare students for responsible roles in industry, government and academia. More than 3,000 undergraduates means you have a large pool of candidates to choose from, in the following fields:

  • architectural engineering
  • areospace engineering
  • biomedical engineering
  • chemical engineering
  • civil engineering
  • computer science
  • construction management
  • cosmetic science
  • electrical engineering
  • environmental engineering
  • information technology
  • materials engineering
  • mechanical engineering

Students in these programs must complete three to five co-op semesters to complete a degree. Co-op positions must be paid.

Students are available to work full time (35+ hours/week) for 15-18 weeks with the option of returning to the same employer. Moreover, co-op employers can enjoy year-round position coverage, meaning one student ends on Friday and the next starts the following Monday.

To post a position, log into PAL, our custom co-op placement and assessment database. We will notify you when your position has been approved and student resumes are ready for review.

For questions, contact engagement@uc.edu or 513-556-6526.

Students in these programs have the option to work full-time or part-time and may stay with the same employer for more than one semester. Positions are generally paid.

When you're ready, post your position in the Handshake campus recruiting platform. Need help? Check out Handshake's Getting Started Guide for Employers.

For questions, contact Kevin J. Hardy, Lindner College of Business Career Services Director, at kevin.hardy@uc.edu or 513-556-5557.

UC’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning is one of the top five design schools in the world. DAAP students co-op and later work full-time at companies around the world and right here in Cincinnati.

Our students are stars in:

  • graphic communication design
  • industrial design
  • fashion design
  • interior design
  • fine arts
  • architecture, and
  • urban planning

Students in these undergraduate programs must complete three to five co-op semesters to complete a degree. Co-op positions must be paid.

Students on co-op work full time (35+ hours/week) for 15-18 weeks with the option of returning to the same employer. Moreover, co-op employers can enjoy year-round position coverage, meaning one student ends on Friday and the next starts the following Monday.

In addition, each master's degree program in DAAP requires a practicum or co-op rotation.

To post a position, log into PAL, our custom co-op placement and assessment database. We will notify you when your position has been approved and student resumes are ready for review.

For questions, contact engagement@uc.edu or 513-556-6526.

Post your position in the Handshake campus recruiting platform. For help with Handshake, check out Handshake's Getting Started Guide for Employers.

In addition, consider attending the Criminal Justice Job Fair in March for students who are graduating and soon to enter the workforce.

For questions and information, contact Criminal Justice professor Sue Bourke at susan.bourke@uc.edu or 513-556-1353.

Post your position in the Handshake campus recruiting platform. For help with Handshake, check out Handshake's Getting Started Guide for Employers.

In addition, consider attending the Southwest Ohio/Northern Kentucky Education Career Fair in March, hosted by eight regional colleges and universities.

For questions and information, contact career coach Ellie Bridges at ellie.rungbridges@uc.edu or 513-556-0318.

Students are available for full- or part-time internships in any semester. In addition, Communication students are available for full-time co-op positions.

Post your position in the Handshake campus recruiting platform. For help with Handshake, check out Handshake's Getting Started Guide for Employers.

For questions and more information, contact Annie Straka at annie.straka@uc.edu or 513-556-0352.

Allied Health Sciences includes such diverse disciplines as:

  • dietetics
  • athletic training
  • physical therapy
  • advanced medical imaging technology
  • health information management
  • communication sciences and disorders, and
  • social work

Students may be available for clinicals and practicums. In addition, students in Medical Laboratory Science may be available for full-time co-op positions.

Post your position in the Handshake campus recruiting platform. For help with Handshake, check out Handshake's Getting Started Guide for Employers.

For questions and more information, contact career coach Shannon Miller at shannon.miller2@uc.edu or 513-556-0898.

Post your position in the Handshake campus recruiting platform. For help with Handshake, check out Handshake's Getting Started Guide for Employers.

For questions and more information, contact career coach Shannon Miller at shannon.miller2@uc.edu or 513-556-0898.

Natural sciences includes:

  • biological sciences
  • chemistry
  • geology
  • mathematical sciences
  • physics
  • psychology

Students are available for full- and part-time internships for 13 to 16 weeks at a time in any semester (spring, summer or fall).

Post your position in the Handshake recruiting platform. For help with Handshake, check out Handshake's Getting Started Guide for Employers.

For questions and more information, contact career coach Shannon Miller at shannon.miller2@uc.edu or 513-556-0898.

Humanities and social sciences includes disciplines such as:

  • communication
  • journalism
  • political science
  • history
  • anthropology
  • sociology
  • classics
  • English and comparative literature
  • languages
  • philosophy
  • area studies
  • women's and gender studies

Students are available for full- and part-time internships for 13 to 16 weeks at a time in any semester (spring, summer or fall).

Post your position in the Handshake campus recruiting platform. For help with Handshake, check out Handshake's Getting Started Guide for Employers.

For questions and more information, contact career coach Heather Nester at heather.nester@uc.edu or 513-556-0316.