Students at the University of Minnesota Crookston work with some of the latest interactive computing technologies in the Undergraduate Collaborative Learning and Experiential Applied Research (UCLEAR) Lab.
James Kriegh, a software engineering major from Tucson, Arizona, discusses his student experience and what sets it apart. The software engineering degree is administered through the Math, Science & Technology Department at the U of M, Crookston, and it is the only undergraduate degree program in software engineering in the University of Minnesota system.
Tyler Brazier '11, a software engineering graduate says, "With programming there are so many applications to experiment with it keeps the learning fresh and engaging". Read more about Tyler in "Code Man" from the Spring 2011 article in the Torch magazine.
Michael Schliep '11, a software engineering graduate tells about his involvement as a student in developing quality assurance software for the installation of a detector that will be part of the world's most sophisticated neutrino experiment, in addition to other development projects. Read "Programming Teamwork" in the Spring 2011 version of the Torch magazine.