William Jewell’s Department of Engineering has two majors available: Civil Engineering and Dual-Degree Engineering. Applications for admission are now being accepted.
William Jewell’s newest B.S. degree is coming in fall 2016. The program will have an environmental emphasis and focus on four technical areas: environmental, geotechnical, hydraulic and structural.
William Jewell’s dual-degree engineering program allows you to earn a B.A. degree from Jewell in physics or chemistry and a B.S. degree in engineering from an affiliated school. Upon successful completion of Jewell curriculum, you are guaranteed admission to a partnering engineering school.
William Jewell works in cooperation with several outstanding engineering schools to offer
you a choice of 3-2 or 4-2 programs:
- Washington University
- University of Kansas
- Vanderbilt University
- Columbia University
- Missouri S&T
Why prepare for a career in engineering in a small liberal arts college setting?
William Jewell’s Critical Thought and Inquiry (ACT-In) core curriculum prepares students to be successful and reflective citizens of a global community. Jewell students enjoy the benefits of a broad base of learning skills, a depth of intellectual perspective and opportunities to apply their skills and knowledge to relevant contemporary issues. Students are engaged and challenged through the development of reading and research capabilities, communication and language, reasoning, and critical and ethical thinking. Students develop the ability to write, speak and communicate effectively on an interpersonal level—skills that employers say are vital for dealing with the demands of the workplace.
Additional Benefits for engineering students at William Jewell College:
- Participate in programs offered by the College’s Center for Justice and Sustainability
- Be a part of Village Partners and other service-learning initiatives
- Create a self-designed Journey Grant such as a research project, study-away experience, entrepreneurial opportunity, internship or civic engagement initiative (after completing your sophomore year; Journey Grants are a minimum of $2,000 per student)
- Take advantage of distinctive programs, such as the Pryor Leadership Studies Program
For more information about Jewell’s civil engineering program, feel free to contact us.
Patrick Bunton, Ph.D.
Professor of Physics
Blane Baker, Ph.D.
Wallace A. Hilton Professor of Physics