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What are the specific tasks and skillsets learned from the manufacturing and mechanical engineering technologies degree?

I am majoring in this degree, so I would like to know more information about what exactly I am going to learn. #life-experience


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Carlos’s Answer

Hi Bronson. Beyond the engineering-specific applications, the quant/"numbers" skills you'll gain through the degree will be widely applicable across a range of fields. Several of my MBA classmates come from an engineering background and they're planning on doing anything from data analysis for Amazon to consulting to marketing. I hope this helps!


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Victor’s Answer

Hi Bronson, broadly-speaking an engineering academic pursuit trains our minds to be highly analytical for problem-solving. There are specific branches of manufacturing/ mechanical engineering which we can often choose to explore & excel in e.g. nano-engineering, building systems in a manufacturing facility, fluid dynamics, materials science and many others. I think it equips us to pursue countless opportunities in the physical realms of manufactured & engineered solutions to enhance the world we live in.

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