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The program is based on a cohort structure, meaning students will attend several classes and work jointly on projects together.

Both engineering and business students in the program will take the following courses together:

In addition, engineering students in the program will take:

And business students in the program will take*:

  • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving II (EF 303)

This results in 12 additional hours for both engineering and business majors.

Students will also be expected to participate in co-curricular activities throughout their sophomore, junior, and senior years. These activities include external speakers from executive leadership, manufacturing site visits, mentoring sessions, and group discussions.

*Business students are not required to take additional math or science courses.

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