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Why Mitch Hain chose our Dual Degree Program
I chose the Dual Degree Program at Wash. U. because I liked physics and math, but wanted to study subjects that were more practical for today’s working world. I chose to study mechanical engineering because it is a discipline with many different focuses in which to choose, and applies many concepts from physics.
Wash. U. has a much larger campus than my previous institution, and has a much more professional atmosphere. Right away, I felt comfortable with the other Dual Degree students because we were all in the same situation of being transfer students at a new school.
In my opinion, studying and living with the other Dual Degrees is the best part of the program; you instantly have multiple friends and colleagues with which you have things in common. I have truly enjoyed collaborating with each of them in class and on major projects. I would recommend the Dual Degree Program to students who want to further their education in engineering and have a great experience along the way.
Mitch HainYear: Class of 2013Major: Mechanical EngineeringAffiliated School: Nebraska Wesleyan University
Learn more about the Dual Degree Program at Washington University in St. Louis.

Why Mitch Hain chose our Dual Degree Program

I chose the Dual Degree Program at Wash. U. because I liked physics and math, but wanted to study subjects that were more practical for today’s working world. I chose to study mechanical engineering because it is a discipline with many different focuses in which to choose, and applies many concepts from physics.

Wash. U. has a much larger campus than my previous institution, and has a much more professional atmosphere. Right away, I felt comfortable with the other Dual Degree students because we were all in the same situation of being transfer students at a new school.

In my opinion, studying and living with the other Dual Degrees is the best part of the program; you instantly have multiple friends and colleagues with which you have things in common. I have truly enjoyed collaborating with each of them in class and on major projects. I would recommend the Dual Degree Program to students who want to further their education in engineering and have a great experience along the way.

Mitch Hain
Year: Class of 2013
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Affiliated School: Nebraska Wesleyan University

Learn more about the Dual Degree Program at Washington University in St. Louis.