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About the Program

2016-2018 Fact SheetThe program’s blended courses focused on organization problem solving and system-based thinking, seminars with industry leaders, executive mentorships, manufacturing facility visits, collaborative team projects, and co-curricular activities will allow students to become new leaders that can impact and influence those around them with a big picture perspective. View the program fact sheet from 2016-2018.

The program was created by Ralph Heath, EVP, Lockheed Martin Corp. (Retired), and is generously supported through the Heath Endowments.

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What Students Will Learn

  • Effective problem solving skills for a variety of systems, emphasizing the impact on key organizational metrics
  • Communication skills that will allow these new professionals to lead others on implementing effective solutions
  • Big picture perspective generated from collaborative experiences, one-on-one mentoring opportunities with executives, and industry exposure


Students will receive an undergraduate degree with either the business or the engineering major they declare. Student transcripts will reflect that they participated in the Integrated Business and Engineering Program.

Information Sessions

Information sessions will be held in the fall and spring semester.

Financial Aid

Students accepted into the program will receive a $1,000 scholarship per academic year.

Internship Opportunities

Internship opportunities will be available during summer semesters.

Study Abroad Opportunities

Studying abroad during fall breaks, winter breaks, spring breaks, or during the summer will be possible.

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