Brian Fretschel, 2010 MIE graduate writes:
Not sure if you remember me or not but I went through the ME program at Duluth and graduated in December of 2010. I just wanted to extend a big Thank You for everything you did for us going through the program. Your work and attention to your students definitely paid off and made all of our experiences at UMD great and helped prepare us for the working world. It is definitely an ever-changing industry out there and the broad skill set we developed at UMD could not have helped more.
The Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering proudly prepares graduates to succeed in industrial careers. The department offers four degrees, the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME), Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (BSIE), the Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM), and the Master of Environmental Health & Safety (MEHS). Check the Program Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes for the BSME program here or the BSIE program here. You also check enrollment and degree statistics here.
The UMD Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE) will be internationally recognized as the premier engineering department in the Great Lakes Region for its high quality undergraduate education, applied masters' level programs in Environmental Health and Safety and Engineering Management, integrated outreach activities in regional economic development, international partnerships, and applied research; thus enabling the growth of our students, faculty, alumni, industry, and economy.
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