School of Engineering

CSSE Internship Schedule


Software Engineering Internship
(SWENG-B.S.)


Sample scheduling pattern for students enrolled informal internship program.
Note: This pattern allows you to maintain full-time status (12 credits) and meet all prerequisite requirements. If you use a different pattern, consult with your adviser about prerequisites.

Summer following Sophomore Year - Full time internship at company

ECE Cooperative Education and Internship Program

Electrical and Computer Engineering

If you are a student in the Electrical or Computer Engineering programs, you can incorporate a cooperative educational or internship experience into your academic program. These experiences are considered professional, career -related experiences in an organizational setting for which the student may receive academic credit that applies to the degree program.

Senior Design Room Policy

This room is set aside for all senior School of Engineering students to use. Cooperation and respect for others is key in making sure everyone is permitted to use the facility. A code of conduct for use of the room is posted in the room and below. These rules were developed by students and are on your honor; if problems continue, strict regulations will be made.

Homework Standards for MET Students

An engineering education is not about getting answers, but about learning how to solve problems. Sound problem solving practices will result in better learning as well as better results. The following homework standards have been adopted for all courses taught in the MET program. Failure to follow these standards will result in the homework assignment being returned ungraded or penalized at the discretion of the instructor.

Expectations for students in their interactions with ME faculty

Close student-faculty interaction is a hallmark of Penn State Behrend and one of the major reasons that students choose Behrend. The benefits of this interaction are clear, and we encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity. Students should be aware, however, that faculty have many responsibilities and need to set boundaries. To provide the maximum benefit for all students, the ME faculty have adopted the following expectations for student behavior:

Homework Standards for ME Students

An engineering education is not about getting answers, but about learning how to solve problems. Sound problem solving practices will result in better learning as well as better results. The following homework standards have been adopted for all courses taught in the ME program. Failure to follow these standards will result in the homework assignment being returned ungraded or marked off at the discretion of the instructor.

Academic Minors for Engineering Students

Students have the opportunity to pursue a number of minors offered at Penn State Behrend. You should consult with your academic adviser if you are interested in pursuing a minor program of study. A complete listing of the available minors can be found in the Penn State Undergraduate Degree Programs Bulletin. Some of the more popular minors for our students are listed below, and the requirements listed on the linked pages:

Fall 2013 Speaker Event: Dr. Richard A. Thompson

Penn State Behrend School of Engineering

Fall 2013 Speaker Event

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 – 6:30 p.m.

Samuel P. “Pat” Black Conference Center, 180 Burke Center

 

Dr. Richard A. Thompson
AMERICA IS EATING ITS FEED CORN: Innovation is Vital and We Must Encourage It

Spring 2014 Speaker Event: Mark A. Neidig Sr.

Penn State Behrend School of Engineering

Spring 2014 Speaker Event

Tuesday, April 8, 2014 – 7:00 p.m.

Samuel P. “Pat” Black III Conference Center, 180 Burke Center

 

pic of Mark Neidig

Mark A. Neidig Sr.

Fall 2014 Speaker Event: Judith Giordan

Penn State Behrend School of Engineering

Fall 2014 Speaker Event

Thursday, October 2, 2014 – 6:00 p.m.

Samuel P. “Pat” Black Conference Center, 180 Burke Center

 

Pic of Judith Giordan and Burke Building