Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2012-2013
CSE 4983 CSE Computing Internship
Prerequisite: Senior standing or at least 20 major hours in a CSE degree program
This course helps students gain practical experience through real-world projects and professional work. Students will demonstrate an ability to apply computing principles and technologies relevant to their major in a specific real-world project jointly supervised by an industry mentor and a faculty advisor. Students will work in a project team in an enterprise environment, demonstrating ethical behavior as a computing professional, an understanding of social, professional and ethical issues related to computing, and an ability to integrate the knowledge acquired in preceding courses. Communication skills and leadership are also evaluated as well as professional computing skills and knowledge.