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Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering
The PhD in Mechanical Engineering is a rigorous degree program
designed to establish an individual's ability to conduct
independent, innovative research. Graduates from this program
typically seek careers as faculty at a research university or as a
researcher in an industrial or government research laboratory.
Joint Doctor of Philosophy in Human-Robot Interaction
Doctoral students in Human-Robot Interaction have the opportunity to build a unique degree program for themselves as they lay the foundations for future generations of researchers and practitioners working with robots. Graduating doctoral candidates will receive a joint Ph.D. in their home department and in Human-Robot Interaction. Learn more.
Joint Doctor of Philosophy in Materials Science and Engineering
Materials scientists study how the history of a material influences its structure and properties, advancing understanding in research areas that include metallurgy, solid-state physics, and biomaterials. Students graduating from the doctoral program will receive a joint Ph.D., with a "home department" and Materials Science and Engineering; for example, a Joint-Ph.D. in Computer Science and Materials Science & Engineering. Learn more.
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