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Picker Engineering Program
Picker Program

All of us in the Picker Engineering Program have a common goal: educating engineers with adaptable expertise capable of working collaboratively across disciplinary boundaries.

We offer the degree in engineering science because, in the best Smith tradition, we believe that women engineers should think deeply and broadly about the effect their professional knowledge will have on the well-being of those whose trust they hold.

In addition to the B.S. degree in Engineering Science, the Picker Engineering Program now also offers a B.A. degree in Engineering Arts.

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