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Senior Design Projects

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CS481 Senior Design Project is a capstone course for graduating computer science majors. In teams of four to five, students select projects from submitted proposals that can be completed in one semester and receive experience designing, implementing, and testing the assigned software artifact. Students report their progress via documentation, meetings and demos with both the sponsor and instructor at regular intervals throughout the semester.

Companies like Micron, Hewlett-Packard, Clearwater Analytics, Cradlepoint, WinCo, Boise Brewing, Predictable Ryde, and NGOs like the Bureau of Land Management, Idaho Digital Learning Alliance and the Boise Interfaith Sanctuary have all benefited from this program with most projects being monetized or employed by the sponsors after completion.

Fall 2021 Senior Design Project Sponsors

Senior Design Project Stories

Computer science students learn how to apply their skills outside the classroom
Pouring One Out for Charity
CS Students Design Adopt-A-Meal Site for Interfaith Sanctuary
CS Seniors Participate in 2015 COEN Senior Design Showcase
CS Seniors Participate in 2014 COEN Senior Design Showcase
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