18-231: Sophomore Projects

Units: Variable

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon considers experiential learning opportunities important educational options for its undergraduate students. One such option is conducting undergraduate research with a faculty member. Students do not need to officially register for undergraduate research unless they want it listed on their official transcripts. An ECE student who is involved in a research project and is interested in registering this undergraduate research for course credit on the official transcript may request to be enrolled in this course. To do this, the student should first complete the on-line undergraduate research form available on the ECE undergraduate student page. Once the form has been submitted and approved by the faculty member the student is conducting the research with, the ECE Undergraduate Office will add the course to the student's schedule. Typical credit is granted as one hour of research per week is equal to one unit of credit.


Areas:

Undergraduate Projects and Special Topics

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Coverage
Last modified on 2005-10-05

Current session:

This course is currently being offered.

Past semesters:

F14, M114, F13, M213, M113, F12, M212, M112, F11, M211, M111, F10, M210, M110, F09, M209, M109, F08, M08, F07, M07, F06, F05