See the amazing inventions and senior design projects of MSOE’s Design Teams...
SENIOR DESIGN SHOW
Friday, May 23
10am to 3pm
(See booklet for exact times and locations)
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At the link above you will find a list of senior design projects, class projects and internships, compiled with the help of the academic department chairpeople and program directors, represents an important segment of student academic activities conducted during the 2013-2014 year.
The following list of senior design projects, class projects and internships, compiled with the help of the academic department chairpersons and program directors, represents an important segment of student academic activities conducted during the 2013-2014 year. A variety of projects were completed, some for outside organizations and some for the benefit of MSOE. Some of the projects involved student teams, while others were the work of individual students. MSOE has a very strong relationship with industry, and many senior design projects often originate in companies where students work as interns.
Senior engineering students work in teams on senior design projects, which most students begin planning in the spring of their junior year. The students, with the help of a faculty advisor, usually define the projects. Most engineering senior design projects run through the Fall, Winter and Spring Quarters. In the fall, design teams define a design problem, identify several alternative solutions and develop a project plan for evaluating the possible solutions and solving the problem. Students develop a thorough project proposal, often working with the MSOE Institutional Review Board. The Winter and/or Spring Quarters emphasize design, where students draw from their previous knowledge, specifically from their specialty courses. At the end of the design project, students are expected to have produced complete project documentation and written reports, and oral presentations are required.
Business management and technical communication students are required to participate in an internship with a company or organization as part of their curriculum to gain practical experience in a work environment that relates to an area of their career interest. Internships allow them to experience the realities of their professions, and to apply the skills they have learned in the classroom in real work situations.
Nursing students complete senior research projects. Working with staff nurses, nurse administrators and physicians, they work to implement a change in some aspect of the health care process.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OUR STUDENTS WHO WERE A PART OF THESE STUDENT PROJECTS!