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Programs in the School of Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical engineers bridge the medical and engineering disciplines to improve health and society. Biomedical engineers are involved in the design of new medical devices such as prosthetics, artificial limbs and organs, medical imaging systems, neuroscience, wearable health sensors, health information technologies, and medical informatics, as well as numerous other applications.

B.S. in Biomedical Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Chemical engineers combine principles of chemistry, math, and science with engineering to design, develop and implement processes for the production and use of chemicals, fuels, drugs, and other products. 

Civil Engineering

Civil engineering is one of the oldest engineering professions. Civil engineers design, build, and supervise infrastructure and transportation projects and systems such as commercial buildings, airports, highways, schools and hospitals as well as water plants, power stations, dams, and other utility facilities. Civil engineers are becoming increasingly involved in environmental engineering projects.

Computer Engineering

Computer engineering involves the design and development of computer and networking systems. Computer engineering requires knowledge of electrical engineering and computer science to research, design and develop hardware and software solutions.

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is one of the oldest and perhaps broadest engineering disciplines spanning areas such as materials science, mechanics, fluid mechanics, energy production, and robotics, to name a few. Mechanical engineers combine engineering physics, mathematics, and materials science to design, develop, manufacture and maintain mechanical systems. 

Dual Degree Engineering Program

Upon completion, you'll graduate with two prestigious undergraduate degrees that distinguish you from other college graduates in the employment market.

Unique scholarships are available just for our engineering students!
Marian University is offering full- and partial-tuition scholarships for students in the E. S. Witchger School of Engineering. Scholarships include:
  • Pioneer Scholarship - full-tuition for four years
  • Engineering Scholarship - $10,000/year for four years

To be eligible for either scholarship, you must:

  • Apply and be accepted as a first-time, full-time student at Marian University by November 15, 2022
  • Declare a program in the E. S. Witchger School of Engineering as major
  • Complete the scholarship application
  • Hold a minimum high school cumulative GPA of 3.5
  • Possess a strong potential for leadership and academic success
Apply Now for an Engineering Scholarship

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