All seniors in the School of Engineering and Computer Science are required to complete a design project as part of their degree requirements. The projects allow the students to practice what they have been learning in the classroom and implement the design process. The projects are presented and demonstrated on Senior Project Day each year before Commencement and judged by a panel made up of alumni and industry experts.
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Our distinguished cooperative education program gives students 'learn and earn' professional internships, built right into the curriculum, with one of our 200+ industry partners worldwide.
We offer a wide range of major and minor degrees, broad availability of student services, and a high success rate of our graduates finding post-graduate employment or education.
Research reinforces classroom knowledge and gives students the opportunity to apply what they have learned. A better understanding and deeper appreciation of the studied material is developed through research, whether in research partnerships with professors, hands-on research in the field, or the required capstone project.
Ranked in the top 20% of all non-doctoral Engineering and Computer Science programs in the country
of all non-doctoral Engineering and Computer Science programs in the country.
Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs, US News and World Report 2021