The workload is not too overwhelming outside of class. The class seems to be set up to cater towards full time working students. This makes it so most of the difficult work is done in the classroom by means of labs and group activities. The school has an amazing Career Services department that will basically take you and give you the skills and knowledge on how to approach an interview, write a resume, dress professionaly, and how get yourself noticed by potential employers. They take their time to get you set up for your job and even set you up with the interviews. Basically all the annoying stuff and set you up for success after you graduate.