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Multidisciplinary Engineering Grid


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Students can build a degree program that meets their specific needs. This opportunity provides students with a skill set unique to their individual goals.

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Learn about the newly established Department of Multidisciplinary Engineering

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Our multidisciplinary degrees were designed to fulfill a growing demand for engineers who think outside the box.

Advance your career by earning a multidisciplinary graduate degree online.

Do your career plans not fit within a traditional engineering degree program? We can help you build your own bachelor's degree.

Recent News

Sara Amani recently received the Women's Progress Award as part of the Accountability, Climate and Equity Awards. She earned this honor for her extensive and impactful efforts to empower women on the Texas A&M University at Qatar campus.

Dr. Andrew Robbins is helping students become “physicianeers” through his work for Engineering Medicine. Students in Engineering Medicine receive research-based training in how to diagnose medical problems and develop solutions through technology.

The subsea engineering program is connecting international students like Adenike Ogunbode to Texas A&M. Seeking a graduate degree, she enjoys the opportunities and exposure she is receiving through the program.

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