Supporting Design Throughout
All Undergrad Years
The Craig M. Berge Engineering Design Program prepares students to meet the world’s engineering challenges, and is one big reason recruiters seek to hire the college’s students and graduates.
From first-year competitions and maker fests to Interdisciplinary Capstone senior projects, this four-year program ties design, manufacturing and commercialization to all levels of the undergraduate curriculum. It immerses students in hands-on design, community projects and business instruction, major-specific design courses, and capstone and entrepreneurship projects.
"The design program is an amazing way for students to get a dress rehearsal for the real world. While their college coursework provides them with the knowledge they’ll need one day, nothing quite prepares students for the rigors of professional engineering like this program." -college mentor and former sponsor advisor Huy Le
Far-Reaching Benefits of Projects
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From Awe-Inspiring Creations to Dream Jobs
“The value in hiring students from senior design teams is incalculable. You’re getting a student that's had a yearlong exposure to life in a professional engineering environment & is ready to hit the ground running.”college mentor and former sponsor advisor Huy Le
“It’s a win-win deal for the students and the company. You look at the number of companies that are involved, and obviously, we’re not the only guys that think that.”George Weise, founder, Nature’s Cooling Solutions
“My career goals are bioastronautics, which is basically space systems engineering – looking at how we can live in space. It’s cool working on something that might have an impact in the future.”2022 mechanical engineering major Grace Halferty
“Pulling in different, fresh perspectives from students has been really valuable for us.”sponsor advisor Tom Trueblood, PING Golf Analysis and Testing Manager