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After Dominican

“It’s true that engineering students typically welcome the lucrative work and job security that engineers enjoy. But many of them deeply want to make things and feel the power of creating something that didn’t exist before, too.”
Marion Weedermann, PhD
Associate Professor of Mathematics & Director of the Engineering Program

For decades, engineers have enjoyed a strong job market and the highest starting salaries among college graduates—even during economic downturns.

This joint program provides excellent preparation for employment in the specific engineering subdiscipline or graduate school in engineering or a related field.

Increasing numbers of engineers who wish to pursue business careers are now attending business school in pursuit of the MBA degree to maximize their marketability.

In any event, an engineering education is sure to provide a well-compensated, challenging career path.