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EGR 893  Graduate Experiential Education (Interim New)

Fall of every year, Spring of every year, Summer of every year
Total Credits: 1   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 1
Open to graduate students in the College of Engineering. Approval of department.
EGR 893 enhances the experiential education of engineering graduate students engaged in faculty-mentored research or graduate-level internships in industry or government. Students will develop an individual development plan to guide their efforts during the term, including key milestones and deliverables appropriate to the research or internship and a discussion of how participating in EGR 893 aligns with their overarching goals for graduate study. Periodic written progress reports are required, as well as an appropriate final report or substantive product.
Effective Dates
FALL 2020 - Open