At A Glance

More flexible than a traditional engineering degree, Carthage’s Bachelor of Arts degree in engineering science teaches you to design and analyze devices and processes that solve all kinds of human problems by applying mathematics and science. It pairs naturally with a range of minors, including business management, physics, mathematics, or environmental science.


  • Engineering Science

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Special Programs

  • Dual-degree (3+2) program

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What You’ll Learn

Starting early in the major, students gain authentic engineering design and project experience. They also become adept at the computing tools that professional engineers use, building the transferable skills that employers demand.

Special academic options

Carthage has partnered with two prominent engineering universities to offer dual-degree (3+2) opportunities. You’ll spend three years at Carthage and the final two years at either Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland or Washington University in St. Louis.
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Career outlook

Through at least 2029, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that engineering job growth will be highest “in various areas such as the rebuilding of infrastructure, renewable energy, oil and gas extraction, and robotics.”
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