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Multidisciplinary Programs

SEI - Systems Engineering Initiative

The Systems Engineering Initiative (SEI) was formed to develop the intellectual capital required with the expansion of the nuclear industry workforce. SEI engages students in real world engineering team projects that are both interdisciplinary and multilevel-that is, teams include students from freshmen to seniors from multiple engineering disciplines. 

For more information, contact:
Dr. Cable R. Kurwitz
Department of Nuclear Engineering
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX, 77843-3475
Phone: (979) 845-6126
Email: kurwitz@tamu.edu

 

Multidisciplinary Experiences for Undergraduates

The Dwight Look College of Engineering and the office of Engineering Student Services and Academic Programs (ESSAP) coordinate the Multidisciplinary Experiences for Undergraduates (MEU) program. Participating in MEU gives undergraduate engineering students an opportunity to engage in multidisciplinary team projects that provide experiential learning thru real world projects, allows students to acquire engineering skills beyond their major by interacting with students from other engineering majors, and provides professional development that better prepares them for their engineering careers.

For more information, contact:
Magdalini Lagoudas
Director, Engineering Academic and Student Affairs
Dwight Look College of Engineering
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX, 77843
Phone: 979-862-8321, 979-845-7200
Email: m-lagoudas@tamu.edu
http://engineering.tamu.edu/easa