MSnoPhd Posted April 7, 2014 Share Posted April 7, 2014 Hey all, I'm going to be an incoming Mechanical Engineering master's student in the Fall interested in energy(sustainable design, efficiency improvement, renewable energy integration, smart grid) and biomedical devices. I think I will have a chance to take a few graduate courses in both dynamics/control and fluids, but just in case I have to choose one(conflicting classes, desire to be a master of one of these fields instead of just good at both), I was wondering if I could get advice on which would provide me with better job prospects in these fields, and maybe which subsets to take courses on(ie nonlinear control, compressible flow). Thank you for the advice! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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