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Ernie Carr, a senior integration and test engineer at Lockheed Martin, knew that going back to school for a master’s degree in engineering would help him build new skills that could bolster his career opportunities. However, Carr’s busy work schedule necessitated finding a program with flexible… Read More
  For Philippa Ngaju, the decision to go back to school to pursue a master’s degree in engineering was motivated by a desire to fundamentally transform access to quality healthcare in parts of the world where healthcare infrastructure is scarce. When Ngaju started researching master’s programs,… Read More
After 20 years of professional experience in the aviation and aerospace industry, David S. Price knew that going back to school for a degree in engineering management would help take his career to a new level.  When Price was researching graduate school opportunities, he knew he needed a program… Read More
The world’s clean water supply is dwindling. In cities across the globe, the demand for potable water is outpacing what aquifers and other water reserves can provide. The implications this has for human life and the environment are huge. Having access to safe water is essential to community… Read More
Increasingly, employers are seeking engineers who have interdisciplinary skill sets -- whether that means expertise in multiple areas of engineering or additional expertise in other disciplines, such as business and communication. Purdue University’s online Master’s in Interdisciplinary Engineering… Read More
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University’s online engineering remains among the nation’s elite in the newest U.S. News & World Report rankings of the Best Online Programs. The rankings, released Tuesday (Jan. 25), have Purdue in the No. 1 spot in four specific categories, and the university’s… Read More
Purdue’s Aeronautics and Astronautics Engineering programs continue to empower young women to excel in aerospace engineering. Heidi Theisen, a first-year student in Purdue’s online Aeronautics and Astronautics Master’s program, recently received a scholarship from the Society of Women’s Engineers (… Read More
Learn more about Purdue’s 100% online MS in Civil Engineering, including the smart mobility tract.  The U.N predicts that 60% of the world’s global population will live in cities by the year 2030. Many cities across the world are already seeing massive population growth, particularly in Asia. As… Read More
In times of crisis, energy must be produced and deployed quickly to the areas that need it, but conventional energy infrastructure is not wholly crisis-proof. As recently as February 2021, a bitter cold front came close to collapsing Texas’ power grid. After unusually frigid temperatures moved into… Read More
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Infusion pumps are a key medical device designed to deliver intravenous medications and nutrients to patients in controlled amounts that treat their conditions without underdosing or overdosing them, a particular danger for children whose smaller bodies are less tolerant.… Read More