Engineering Science at Carroll College
What to Expect
The range of options available to engineering graduates is greater than most people imagine, and the Engineering Science degree at Carroll College was designed to respond to the creative and service-oriented interests of many of our students. Your studies in Engineering Science will be rigorous and technical and will challenge you to define the kind of engineer you want to be.
Within the Engineering Science degree program we offer three options:
- The general Engineering Science emphasis will provide you with the greatest flexibility in determining your future career path. If you are considering combining your technical preparation in science, mathematics, computer science, and engineering with future plans for law school, business school, service work or another profession, then this is an option you should consider. Check out the 4-year Course Plan.
- The Engineering Mechanics emphasis is designed to develop your computational skills to prepare you for work in a large engineering firm or graduate programs in mechanical engineering, structural engineering, aerospace engineering, engineering mechanics, or environmental engineering. Check out the 4-year Course Plan.
- The Environment and Public Health emphasis will train you to develop and implement engineering solutions that are environmentally sound and promote good public health. Whether you are interested in graduate school or heading straight into the workforce, studies in this area will prepare you for a career in environmental engineering, public health engineering, or public health administration. Check out the 4-year Course Plan.
Life After Graduation
Life After Graduation
Engineers are in high demand in today's economy and Carroll graduates are rarely at a loss for finding fulfilling and interesting work with their Engineering degree. Carroll graduates have directly entered the workforce, joined the Peace Corps, or gone on to graduate school in a number of fields. Read profiles of some of our recent and most successful alumni.
Carroll College EWB Chapter expands its service mission to Marianists in St. Lucia (January 2015).
The 2015 EWB Holiday Season Campaign surpassed their fundraising goal, thus making it possible to continue supporting their community partnerships in Guatemala, Mexico, St. Lucia, and Uganda. Sixty individuals donated a total of $12,570.
GOOD -TO- KNOW
Our Civil Engineering and Engineering Science programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org. Find out more »