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Our students learn through doing. Once ETC students have completed their immersion semester, their remaining education is emphasized by the applied research project courses.
Each project course brings together interdisciplinary student teams that must produce working artifacts and playable prototypes; in the tradition of Carnegie Mellon University, the emphasis is on making actual things that work. A vital aspect of the program is ensuring that students can work with a large, diverse set of collaborators with different skills and sensibilities. A typical project covers an entire semester and is built around a student team, a faculty supervisor, and a client representative.
Student handbook for the ETC class that started August 28 2023.
Post graduation results of ETC students who completed degree requirements in December 2021 and May 2022
The student handbook for the ETC students who entered in the program in August of 2022.
Post graduation results of ETC students who completed degree requirements in December 2020 and may 2021
The student handbook for the ETC students who entered in the program in August of 2021.
Post graduation survey results of ETC students who completed degree requirements in December 2019 and May 2020.
Survey Results of the summer internships of the ETC class who are expected to meet degree requirements in 2021
Survey results of the summer internships of the ETC class who will meet degree requirements in 2020.
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