1. Software Engineering Curriculum


2. Computer Engineering Curriculum


3. Knowledge Areas Courses

Current KA courses:

4. Professional Experience

Follow the following steps:

To register in ES499, you need to do a Pre-approval (using the PRE-APPROVAL WORKSHEET for the PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Requirement in the Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering.)

The form can be found at this url


5. Common Experience Requirements
Subject:    Graduation Requirements
Date:    Wed, 23 Mar 2011 16:44:58 -0400
From:    Jim Svoboda <svoboda@clarkson.edu>

Here's a summary of the remarks I made in class on Monday regarding graduation requirements, together with links to additional information.

Professional Experience: All students participate in a project-based professional experience following the first-year such as co-op, internship, directed research, or community project clearly related to the student’s professional goals. (From the Catalog: http://www.clarkson.edu/catalog/10-11/academic_requirements.html)

You'll need to fill out some paperwork: http://www.clarkson.edu/engineering/CSOEProfExpWorksheet.pdf.  In particular, if you have an internship or other engineering summer job, you'll want to fill the completion worksheet (page 5) and have it signed by your supervisor while you're still on the job.

Communication Points: 6 communication points are required.

The required courses in the CompE curriculum have all 6 of these 6 communication points.

The required courses in the EE curriculum have 5 of these 6 communication points. You'll need to choose your electives to include 1 additional communication point. A list of courses offered next semester having  communication points is posted at http://www.clarkson.edu/sas/master/commonexperiencecourses.html.

Knowledge Area(KA)/ University Courses(UC): 5 KA/UC courses including 1UC are required. These courses must be selected to cover four of the six knowledge areas:

Cultures and Societies (CSO); 
Contemporary and Global Issues (CGI);
Imaginative Arts (IA);
Science, Technology, and Society (STS);
Economics and Organizations (EC),
Individual and Group Behavior (IG)