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ME Graduate Students' Experiences

Quenton Aten - Cross-discipline research

Quentin Aten shares his experience with BYU's graduate studies. His project required the collaboration of mentors from both mechanical engineering and biology.

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Mechanical Engineering: Positive Environment

When choosing a graduate program in mechanical engineering, Katie Kuykendall chose BYU because it provides an excellent education in a positive and helpful environment.
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What students are saying about Graduate Studies in Mechanical Engineering at BYU...

"The greatest two years of my education."

"The program allowed me to broaden my education in ME, while simultaneously helping me to narrow the scope of what I was most interested in pursuing as a career."

"I enjoyed the smaller class size and the opportunity to work closely with professors."

"I appreciated the help and guidance of willing advisors and committee members"

"The technical skills I developed during research with an industrial sponsor and the professional skills I developed have been invaluable."