Educational Technology

April 17, 2013

Engineering students have new online tool, G4, to improve grad rates

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:29 am


For engineering majors, the workload and level of difficulty in classes can make it a challenge to graduate in four years. A new app developed by the Cockrell School of Engineering called G4, in reference to the goal to graduate in four years, is available to engineering students and gives them a visual representation of a student’s degree plan to better assist course planning. Roughly 31 percent of entering freshman engineers will graduate with an engineering degree in four years, said Gregory Fenves, Dean of the Cockrell School of Engineering. He said 54 percent end up graduating in five years.

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