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Real world classroom experience

June 19, 2015

With recent visits by engineers from Ford Motor Company and General Motors, the College of Engineering & Science enhances the student experience and provides real world experience.

Dr. Shuvra Das, Associate Dean in the College of Engineering & Science, leads the UDM team and is excited about the opportunities industry partners provide to the classroom experience.  “Partners are providing hardware and technology that is already in the market,” Das said.  “Our students have an advantage when they seek jobs since they have experience with the technology used in industry.”

Working with industry partners is not new for engineering students.  It aligns with the co-op requirement for UDM engineers.  Having real world experience on a resume provides students an edge in landing employment after graduation.

Collaborating with industry partners and providing engineering students real world experiences is at the heart of the newCenter for Automotive Systems Engineering Education (CASEE) to be housed in UDM’s College of Engineering and Science.

Learn more about CASEE and how it will facilitate hands-on collaboration of engineering disciplines and with industry partners.

Rendering of the CASSE lab

Rendering of the CASEE Vehicle Project Room

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