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Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering | Resources for Online Students

Online Student Profiles

Robert

Having worked in business until August 2015, he decided to pursue his interest in engineering and enrolled at Arizona State University to complete a degree in electrical engineering. Combining his business skills with digital design and computer networking courses, he hoped to work with internet of things projects to help develop sensors and systems that involve connecting people and information needed to analyze and solve complex problems from medical to educational improvements for those in need. Read more…

Tyler

Whether it’s designing watches, bootstrapping a business or working toward two master’s degrees, ASU Online student Tyler Fellman has always had a passion for building things. After completing his undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering on campus at ASU, he accepted a job with Raytheon as a manufacturing engineer. Fast forward a couple of years into the workforce, and Tyler decided it was, quite literally, time to pursue entrepreneurship. Read more…

Anna

Anna, a Pittsburgh native, says her interest in engineering evolved over time. She thought about pursuing a physics degree until she discovered that she prefers solving real-world problems and working with hands-on components more than producing abstract equations and theories. Read more…

Cliff

Cliff, a Kissimmee, Fla. native, is a first generation college student studying electrical engineering. His interest in how things worked expanded to a passion for electrical engineering when he joined the Navy to work in the Advanced Electronic Computer Field.  Read more…