Professions in Engineering

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Career Services has four computers exclusively for student career exploration activities, including several career inventories online not available from other computer terminals. 

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS IN THE ENGINEERING 3-2 PROGRAM

Please Take Note: Occupations may require additional education and/or experience.

Looking for the perfect career? Here you can search many great websites devoted to helping you find a career in Engineering. If you need any additional help, feel free to stop by the Career and Testing Services office. We can help you with resumes, cover letters, or just help you have a successful job search.

 

Career Websites

 

Web book/ lecture "Personal Geographies"

Global Engineers

"What Is Global Engineering Education For? The Making of International Educators"

Global engineering offers the seductive image of engineers figuring out how to optimize work through collaboration and mobility. Its biggest challenge to engineers, however, is more fundamental and difficult: to better understand what they know and value qua engineers and why.
For more information, visit: Morgan Claypool's website

 

Looking for an internship in Engineering? The check out our Engineering Internships Site. Also if you need more help setting up an internship, feel free to contact our internship coordinator Nisan Burbridge.

 

3-2 ENGINEERING PROGRAM: MAJOR IN MATHEMATICS

Under the 3-2 program, a student attends Carroll College for three years and then selects and transfers to one of the seven affiliated engineering schools for two years of study. Upon successful completion of the five-year program, the student receives a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in mathematics from Carroll College and a Bachelor of Science degree with a selected engineering major from the engineering school.

A student who completes the requirements for the 3-2 Engineering Major in Mathematics earns two degrees:

  1. A Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in mathematics from Carroll College
  2. A Bachelor of Science degree with a major in a selected field of engineering from one of the following affiliated engineering schools:
    • Columbia University, New York, NY
    • The University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN
    • The University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
    • The University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
    • Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA
    • Montana Tech of the University of Montana, Butte, MT
    • Montana State University, Bozeman, MT

The purposes of the 3-2 program are to provide the student with a traditional engineering education augmented with a strong liberal arts background and to provide a broader and deeper exposure to mathematics and its applications than would ordinarily be possible in a four-year engineering program.