An Environment Geared Toward Success: small classes - professors you know personally - a curriculum that includes practical engineering applications - consulting firms, government agencies, and graduate schools that recruit Carroll engineers.
Civil Engineering Major
Carroll’s civil engineering program provides a combination of solid, technical preparation, a strong emphasis on written and oral communication skills, and a broad suite of humanities coursework. There are four areas of emphasis: structures, water resources, environmental engineering, and transportation systems.
Civil Engineering: Environmental Emphasis Major
The environmental engineering option (within the civil engineering major) is designed to produce graduates who are well prepared for professional, technical and scientific, engineering work in environmental clean-up, restoration, protection, and preservation. In addition, this major will produce graduates who can develop and implement green, sustainable engineering solutions.
Engineering Science Major
Engineering Science is a broad-based engineering major designed to prepare students to enroll directly into graduate programs including engineering mechanics, structural engineering, mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, or environmental engineering.
Dual Degree (3-2) Program
Students choosing to study engineering under the 3-2 option earn a bachelor of arts in mathematics from Carroll in addition to a bachelor of science in engineering from one of our affiliated engineering schools.
Graduate 4-2 Program
To provide the widest range of opportunities for our civil engineering and mathematics majors Carroll offers the 4-2 program which leads to a masters degree in the engineering field of your choice.
|2013 Focus on Engineering Speaker Presentations|
|2013 Public Policy and Leadership Forum Introduction||Gary Fischer|
|Public Policy and How it Affects Engineering||Jennifer James of Jennifer James Consulting|
|The Role of the Engineer in Public Policy||Allan Smolko Regional Governor of ASCE|
|Leadership in the Workplace||Robert Morrison President of Morrison-Maierie Inc.|
|Leadership in the Community||Pat White Regional Governor of ASCE|
|Leadership in Education||John Scharf (Carroll College)
Brisn Kukay (Montana Tech)
Jerry Stephens (MSU-Bozeman)
For speaker biographies and full event information click here.
Carroll College (Helena, Mont.), in partnership with the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), announced this week that a Carroll student's discovery of a compromised gas line has led to remediation action to be completed in the next few weeks. Carroll Engineering Professor Willis Weight reports that his student, John Proulx, discovered the pipeline in Beaver Creek, located in Lewis and Clark County. The old, eroded line was exposed for several feet, with the visible line stretching above the stony creek bank and dangling above the flowing water. Story