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To solve today’s complex problems, engineers need more than scientific concepts and skills. That’s why Marquette emphasizes the big picture, understanding complex problems from a broader perspective. Your experience here will help you synthesize information from many fields to find optimal solutions. And Marquette supports you in your unique needs and goals. When it’s all put together, just see where we can go! Where do our grads go? University Core of Common Studies You’ll spend much of your time at Marquette studying engineering and applying those principles to real-world projects, but you’ll also complete the 36-credit University Core of Common Studies. This core curriculum is based on our Jesuit tradition of educating well-rounded individuals, and it consists of nine knowledge areas: rhetoric; mathematical reasoning; theology; human nature and ethics; science and nature; individual and social behavior; literature and performing arts; diverse cultures; and histories of cultures and societies. Visit for more information. n A.O. Smith Corp. n Abbott Laboratories n Boeing Co. n Boston Scientific Corp. n Briggs and Stratton Corp. n Caterpillar Inc. n Eaton Corp. n Ford Motor Co. n GE Healthcare n Harley-Davidson n Hewlett-Packard Round out your major with a minor n IBM Corp. n Johnson Controls Inc. n Kimberly-Clark Corp. n Motorola Many students extend their engineering expertise by minoring in another engineering discipline. Others minor in areas such as biological sciences, business administration, chemistry, mathematics, physics and foreign languages. n NASA n Rockwell Automation n SBC Communications n Siemens Medical Systems n Texas Instruments n U.S. Bureau of Reclamation n n U.S. Food and Drug Administration And many more We also offer a 22-credit minor in engineering ethics and values. Learn about the impact of Catholic and Jesuit values on engineering practice, recognize current ethical issues within the field and strengthen your moral resolve to act courageously on these issues once you enter the profession. Degree accreditation The College of Engineering is a member of the American Society of Engineering Education. Five of the college’s six degree programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission ABET, the organization that sanctions college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering and technology. The construction engineering and management program is eligible for accreditation after its first graduating class. 09

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