Sample Final Projects
Want to see some examples of final projects created by students from previous classes? Here you go! These are all good examples of things you might want to use as models - good, but not necessarily perfect. More coming soon. I hope you find them useful and enjoyable!
Also, I sometimes get anxious messages from people who aren't sure what to work on for their final project. Successful final projects range all over, from personal projects (installing networked entertainment system in a house with five room-mates, building a home-made sailboat, and so on), to start-up businesses (installing new speakers, building a home-made sailboat, running a nonprofit activity), to reference guides for engineers, to how-to instructions for cooking paleo, to tips & tricks guides for games, and many more.
Consider what you're most passionate about, especially with an eye toward creating something you might later use as a writing sample when applying for jobs.
If none of this gets your ideas flowing, think about your major field of study: What drew you to it? What will you be doing once you graduate and land a career? What kinds of project would best prepare you for that career, or would be otherwise useful.
Hope that helps!
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Last updated 8/24/2015.