Hello PhysicsForums! I'm currently a senior undergraduate physics major looking at grad school options. I hope to pursue a future career in industry rather than academia. I've found a couple graduate programs that are very interesting to me. 1) Georgetown University Industrial Leadership in Physics (ILP) http://physics.georgetown.edu/graduate-studies/graduate-studies/industrial-leadership-physics [Broken] 2) University of South Florida http://physics.usf.edu/graduate/phd/ Both programs offer some kind of "Industrial Practicum or Industrial Apprenticeship" as part of their program. I'm wondering if there are any other programs out there that have similar programs? So that industry experience and connections will be gained during graduate school. Thanks!