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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

Dr. Muzammil Arshad and two multidisciplinary engineering students performed a study to analyze the performance of hydrogen-enriched fuel on spark engine performance and efficiency. Their research is featured in the Petroleum and Chemical Industry International journal.

Dr. Timothy Jacobs has been appointed head of the Department of Multidisciplinary Engineering at Texas A&M University. The appointment is effective July 1.

The Department of Multidisciplinary Engineering offers a cybersecurity minor, where students within and outside of the College of Engineering can learn basic cybersecurity principles. Brian Uzuegbunam took his first cybersecurity class out of curiosity and is now minoring in the subject.

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