ECE 49595 Software Engineering Tools

Do you feel overwhelmed by the amount of information out there to start developing good software? Would you like to gain practical skills for a software development job? If you answered “Yes” to either of these, the below 1 credit ECE course might be right for you!

Apply to take the “ECE 49595: Software Engineering Tools” in Fall 2022. A Junior level course to learn marketable, practical, and essential skills for software developers in areas like Object Oriented Programming, Cloud Technologies and Software Engineering Testing and concepts. 

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Find more details about this course from the ECE department below:

SEP (Seymour Engine Plant) Co-Op Rotational Program

Cummins is looking for a 5 rotation co-op student starting in Fall 2022.  Students can apply for the opportunity in the Office of Professional Practices database.

The SEP Co-Op position is within the Manufacturing function, and is a part of a 5-rotation program.  It is called the SEP (Seymour Engine Plant) Program, and it is designed to help students gain knowledge and experience in different areas of the Supply Chain/Manufacturing process.  The first session will be starting in the fall of 2022, so we are looking for individuals who are available to work on-site, at our plant in Seymour, Indiana.  After the first session will come 3 more sessions in Seymour, followed by the last session in which location is TBD.

*Please note that this rotational program is looking for someone who can fully commit to all of the 5 rotations taking place:

  • 1st rotation: Summer 2022 (Operations)
  • 2nd rotation: Spring 2023 (Quality)
  • 3rd rotation: Fall 2023 (HR, Finance, Materials & Safety)
  • 4th rotation: Summer 2024 (Manufacturing Engineering)
  • 5th rotation: Spring 2025 (Power Systems Business Unit rotation)

This individual will:

  • Contribute to the planning, designing, purchasing, and implementation of changes to the manufacturing equipment and systems while contributing to teams.
  • Assist with the work for specific projects to create and implement all aspects of a manufacturing processes to ensure safety requirements, manufacturing goals, business goals, and product specifications are met.
  • Contribute by applying the knowledge or use of manufacturing principles and practices to improve manufacturing equipment and processes.
  • Assist with the development of manufacturing standards and working methods by using continuous improvement tools.
  • Work with internal and external resources on specific project assignments.
  • Learn the knowledge of manufacturing principles and practices as they are applied to Cummins.