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

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Recent News

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.

A team from Texas A&M University will create a racecar without a driver to compete at the Indy Autonomous Challenge. The first of its kind, each racecar will be programmed to maneuver the track, other competitors and obstacles in pursuit of $1.5 million in rewards.

Dr. Keshawa Shukla will present his development of an analytical transient thermal model for determining the cooling temperature and cooldown time for emergency shut-in operation of a subsea pipe-in-pipe production system transporting waxy crude oils at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers' International Conference.

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