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Perspective Students


Deciding on a university and degree program can be a difficult choice. Let us help you navigate through the degree options and programs Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering can provide. Check out the links below for information about BE specifically and USU in general.


Introduction to USU

See why Utah State University and Logan, Utah create a wonderful location and experience for advancing your education!

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Student Life

What can you expect as a student at USU? See what student life is like at USU

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Tuition and Costs

Don't forget to compare tuition rates as you make your decision. Tuition awards and scholarships are competitively awarded.

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Transfer Students

Wanting to transfer to USU to complete a BS degree? Consult the transfer tables created by the College of Engineering Advising  Center and have a plan set prior to transferring to USU's campus in Logan.

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International Students

USU's Office of International Students and Scholars can provide the little extra help you need and can help plan your arrival and accommodations as well as travel plans to Logan, Utah, USA.

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Engineering Student Organizations

Being involved adds valuable dimension and experience to your education. Students can develop leadership skills sought by many potential future employers. Get involved and make a difference; you'll be glad you did!

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BE Undergraduate Degrees

A bachelors degree in Biological Engineering will prepare you for a career in many different engineering applications. The College of Engineering Advising Center provides students with the resources to successfully complete a degree.

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BE BS/MS Concurrent Program

Available to undergraduate students who have a 3.5 grade point average at the end of their junior year (figured on the last 60 credit hours), the concurrent program allows a student to get a BS and MS degree at the same time. This program allows students to begin their masters thesis work in their senior year and offers other benefits involving tuition and class scheduling.

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