Internships with course credits

    6A – Industry 

    The 6A program has been connecting students with some of the world’s most impactful companies for over 100 years. It allows students to pursue a leading-edge industry project at a member organization, while simultaneously working towards their degree. For Industry, it helps create a pipeline of talent. More than 2,500 Course 6 students have gone through the program over the years, including Amar Bose (founder of Bose Corporation), Cecil Green (founder of Texas Instruments), Andrew Viterbi (founder of Qualcomm), Ray Stata (founder of Analog Devices), Thuan Pham (Uber CTO), and many others.

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    6A – Students  

    The 6-A Program helps MIT EECS students to do impactful full-time internships in industry and government labs, and receive course credits. While not all, many of the students in the 6-A program are interested in pursuing their M.Eng. degree, and the program allows students to use the work done at the company during the M.Eng. year towards their MEng thesis.

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