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Mark Kaye

760 Madisonville Road, Madison Twp., PA 18444

email: kayem@etown.edu

To obtain employment where I can apply my engineering and computer skills to solve problems



BS in Computer Engineering to be awarded May, 2015

Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, PA

  •  Elizabethtown College is consistently ranked one of the very best liberal arts or comprehensive colleges by U.S. News & World Report. and is listed in Barron's Guide to the Most Prestigious Colleges, Peterson's Competitive College, and Princeton Review's Best Northeastern Colleges
  • BS Computer Engineering program successfully went through ABET Accreditation with no “deficiencies” or “weaknesses”

Most relevant coursework completed:

  • Physics I, II
  • Introduction to Engineering I, II
  • Computer Science I
  • Calculus I, II


CS121 Computer Science I, 4.00 credits. The fundamental concepts of computer organization, machine-level representation of data, algorithmic development and structured programming are presented with an emphasis on the syntactic and execution characteristics of an object-oriented programming language, including data types; arithmetic operators and assignment; input/output, selection and iteration constructs; elementary data structures; and procedural abstraction.


EGR100 Introduction to Engineering I, 2.00 credits. Introduction to the study, practice and various branches of engineering, including problem solving, teamwork, project management, design, statistics, solution of equations, and technical writing. Includes a design project, guest speakers and plant tours.


EGR110 Introduction to Engineering II, 2.00 credits. Introduction to graphical communication including sketching, ideation and computer-aided modeling. Development of mathematical techniques for engineering applications using Matlab, and a study of engineering ethics. Continued exploration of the engineering design process, including a design-and-build project


PHY200 College Physics I, 4.00 credits. Introduction to basic mechanics of physics. Discusses kinematics, rotational motion, Newton's laws, two- and three-dimensional motion.


PHY201 College Physics II, 4.00 credits. Continuation of physics concepts; focuses on more complex concepts. Discusses magnetic fields, circuits, resistance/capacitance/inductance, quantum mechanics.



  • EGR100 Semester Project: "Puzzle Cube Project"
  • EGR110 Semester Project: “Apple Chunkin' Project"


Help Desk Assisstant

Elizabethtown College

Department of Information and Technology Services

Elizabethtown, PA

Dates of employment: February 2012 to present

  • Aided students in need to technical help
  • Problems assissted with: Failing wireless access, password recovery


  •  Languages: Java, C++, Matlab scripting, SolidEdge
  • Operating Systems: Windows OS’s, Mac OS's



Sara Atwood, Ph.D.

Physics and Engineering Assisstant Professor

Elizabethtown College




Tomas Estrada, Ph.D.

Physics and Engineering Assisstant Professor

Elizabethtown College



W. Mark Stuckey, Ph.D.

Professor of Physics

Elizabethtown College




Mark Kaye

Computer Engineering Major

Elizabethtown College


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