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BE, MEM, MS, and PhD News

Interdisciplinary Bachelor of Engineering Program Attracts Top-Notch Students and Faculty

BE Program, September 2012

The opportunity to learn methods and insights from several engineering fields of study is what attracts so many stellar B.E. candidates to Dartmouth and is what leads about half of them to pursue an advanced degree.

Dartmouth M.S. Graduates in Engineering Bring Project Management and R&D Skills to Industry

MS Program, September 2012

Thayer School M.S. graduates who don't pursue a Ph.D. in engineering sciences often bring project management and research and development skills they've gained to technology-based industry jobs.

Dartmouth Ph.D. in Engineering Sciences Provides Both Depth and Breadth

PhD Program, September 2012

"Ph.D. students will often work with many aspects of a given project. Without specific disciplines, like mechanical or electrical engineering, students graduate with a degree in engineering sciences and a necessary breadth of skills." —Professor Alexander Hartov, director of Thayer School's M.S. and Ph.D. programs

Dartmouth’s M.E.M. Program Teaches Engineers the Business of Technology

MEM Program, September 2012

As companies make the shift to rely more on technology, Dartmouth's Master of Engineering Management (M.E.M.) program continues to thrive with record numbers of applications for the fall.

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