GE, U of L team up to educate engineers at Appliance Park
Starting this fall, engineering professors from University of Louisville will teach two classes at Appliance Park to help GE engineers get their master’s degrees. GE worked with U of L to modify the existing Edison program, which will be extended from two to three years. Along with course work under U of L professors, students will write an appliance-related thesis. With GE paying for classes, students will have five rotations to different engineering jobs in the program. As part of the deal, U of L’s Research Foundation and GE have agreed to allow U of L engineering and physics faculty and GE engineers to collaborate on research projects, several of which are in development.
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