3 New ENGR 103 Courses
The Office of Professional Practice is excited to help host & facilitate three great ENGR 10301 courses this spring.
The three offerings are:
- ENGR 10301: Silicon Valley & the Tech Industry
- ENGR 10301: Intro to Semiconductors
- ENGR 10301: Pharma Careers & Drug Development
Silicon Valley & the Tech Industry
1 credit course, Mondays' 4:30-5:30pm on-line
This course will serve to enhance students' professional
development and prepare course participants for careers
in the tech industry and Silicon Valley. This is an
embedded Spring 2023 course with travel over spring
break to network with employers, such as Tesla, HP, Intel
and Google, and Purdue alumni in Silicon Valley. Students
will complete assignments to enhance their professional
skills and have the benefit of hearing from several
industry speakers to develop an understanding of how to
successfully compete for opportunities in the tech
Eligibility: Students in any Engineering major at any level may apply.
This is a professional development course.
Intro to Semiconductors
1 credit course, Wed's 4:30-5:20pm, ARMS
This course will introduce students to semiconductor technology and the broad range of opportunities within
the semiconductor industry. Speakers from some of the largest companies in the world including Apple, Tesla,
Intel and others will engage students on a weekly basis. Students in the course will develop their personal
networks while being presented with resources and opportunities to prepare for exciting careers within the
Open to all students in the College of Engineering, School of Engineering Technology,
Computer Science, Physics and Math
Pharma Careers & Drug Development
1 credit course, Tue's 4:30-5:20pm
This course will serve to enhance career development in the pharmaceutical industry.
Speakers from various companies, such as Lilly,Merck, AstraZeneca, Novartis and others, will
regularly attend and discuss different topics to inform and prepare students for internships,
co-op positions and jobs in the Pharmaceutical Industry.
Open to FYEand sophomore engineering students, in addition toBSPS
students, aswell asothermajors fromthe College of Science.