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ASU, Aerojet Rocketdyne embark on endeavors

Long-term collaborations spanning a range of research and education efforts, workforce development and philanthropic activities are some goals set forth in an agreement between ASU and Aerojet Rocketdyne.

New ASU engineering program designed to broaden solar energy expertise

Engineers who will help lead renewable energy development in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, are getting the specialized training they’ll need through a new solar energy education program at Arizona State University.

Student Testimonial: The right mix of theory and practical experience

Engineer Arun Ramasubramanian is a quality manager for an environmental monitoring systems firm. In the past, he has worked as a manufacturing engineer in satellite based internet service providers and as an intern in process engineering.

ASU rises in ranks of online engineering graduate programs

Arizona State University’s online engineering graduate programs rose to a ranking of 11 among more than 70 leading online programs throughout the United States listed in the annual ratings by U.S. News & World Report magazine.

Student Testimonial: Applicable Coursework and Career Advancement

Matthew Krull is always looking for additional tools to add to his tool belt. With ASU’s Lean Green Belt Course, he got more than he had anticipated.

Matthew Krull is an accomplished professional with nearly two decades of supply chain operations experience. His work has spanned various industries: from retail, industrial and e-commerce to government and the medical community.

ASU ranked among nation’s leaders in online engineering graduate education

Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering has one of the leading online engineering graduate degree programs in the nation, according to rankings released Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report magazine.

ASU’s online engineering graduate programs placed 23rd among the nearly 70 that the magazine ranks as top-tier online programs.

Intel Vietnam Grad Students

Arizona State University is taking another step to tailor engineering education to meet the needs of industry and working professionals

This semester ASU’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering has launched a distance-learning program in collaboration with Intel Corp. that offers company employees in Vietnam an opportunity to earn advanced engineering degrees.

Champions of Six Sigma

Arizona State University, with faculty in Industrial Engineering and the Interdisciplinary Committee on Statistics, offers an online Six Sigma Black Belt certification program. This program allows professionals to pursue training in six sigma black belt techniques and implementation to obtain professional certification.

Interdisciplinary Training in Solar Energy

The Solar Energy Engineering & Commercialization certification program offers interdisciplinary training in solar energy to professionals looking to pursue or advance careers in solar energy. The solar industry is poised for unprecedented growth and needs leaders who understand both the most current technical and business topics in the field, in order to transform the solar industry.

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