Supporting Design Throughout
All Undergrad Years
The Craig M. Berge Engineering Design Program is one big reason recruiters seek to hire the college’s students and graduates. They are well prepared to meet the world’s engineering challenges.From first-year competitions and maker fests to 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.
Far-Reaching Benefits of Projects
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From Awe-Inspiring Creations to Dream Jobs
“It definitely helped us prepare for the workforce. The whole process of senior design is like a little mirror of industry.”Laura Barajas, 2018 materials science and engineering senior
“They’re teaching them to think, not just to turn the crank. I was just awed by the quality of work UA students are doing.”Cliff Andressen, Design Above and Beyond prize sponsor
“They are not afraid to take on and develop complex design solutions and diligently work through the many challenges.”Sharon ONeal, program mentor & first female senior fellow at Raytheon Missile Systems
“It really speaks well of the market and the program here that all these students are finding jobs.”Scott Rowland, industry mentor & Northrop Grumman mechanical engineering manager