- Linfield College
Engineers design efficient buildings, invent biomedical devices, explore the future of quantum computing, and everything in-between. At Linfield, you will begin your path to an engineering career with a major in the sciences, complemented with engineering courses and a senior design project to build skills in your area of interest. You graduate prepared for graduate studies or employment in engineering, or you could pursue a second engineering degree through our 3-2 cooperative program. Most importantly, a strong foundation in the sciences gives you the flexibility to adapt to future careers and technologies, and solve meaningful problems, in our rapidly changing world.
Students interested in engineering might take:
ENGR 252
Engineering Statics and Dynamics
Problem-solve and engineer applications using Newtonian mechanics.
ENGR 303
Introduction to Materials Science
Explore the science of materials: metals, ceramics, polymers, composites, and semiconductors.
ENGR 310
Engineering Design and Graphics
Learn basic drafting skills and the foundations of engineering design, including free-hand sketching, 3D solid modeling, and tolerance concepts.
For more information about a major in Engineering contact: Admission.