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Graduate Programs

The majority of outstanding technical problems in today’s science and engineering require a multi-disciplinary approach, and our department has a strong tradition in defining and pursuing new research areas at the intersection of engineering, physics, chemistry, biological sciences, and applied mathematics.

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Undergraduate Programs

The Department offers two accredited degree programs, one in Mechanical Engineering and the other in Aerospace Engineering.  Students who wish to pursue both programs simultaneously can do so with careful planning of course selections.  Either program provides a foundation for a wide range of career objectives and may be combined with certificate programs.

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jiarong wu

Jiarong Wu: How Wind Amplifies the Waves

Air flowing through a microchannel coil. Water circulating between the ocean and atmosphere. Gases exchanging to form stars throughout the galaxy. When it comes to the principles of fluid dynamics, the same simple set of equations can be used to explain them all.

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Navreeta Singh

Navreeta Singh: Embracing Biomechanics, Materials Science, and the Rich Opportunities of Research 

Across her academic career as an undergraduate student, Navreeta Singh has interned at three research laboratories, including the Air Force Research Laboratory, has co-authored two papers, and is now completing a year-long research project in a Princeton lab that involves characterizing the prope

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