I am looking for online courses in fluid power design. I currently am a Senior CAD Technican, but before this job I did mechanical design(4yrs), hydraulic & pnuematic design(3 yrs). I have a certificate in industrial hydraulics. But I want to go back to school and get a degree. I want to focus on fluid power & mechanical engineering. Anyone have any ideas where to look? Or if there is any distant learning course? Or courses in Washington state?
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