Organizations are demanding more of graduates including qualifications like hands-on experience and knowledge with industry-standard tools. In conjunction with industry’s demands, students are arriving at college campuses better versed in engineering principles and better skilled at using hardware and software tools in the lab. Consequently, academia is being pushed to change its traditional classroom setting to meet industry’s demands. Among those universities leading this transition is Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

“Computer aided engineering has changed the industry, and as a result, our curriculum has had to adjust in order to make sure we are preparing our students to...

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About the Author:

Connell D’Souza is an education technical evangelist for MathWorks.