New 5-Year Joint Degree Program in Engineering and Management
Engineering students now have a new educational option — a five-year joint degree program that combines the technical capacities of engineering with the business acumen of management. Student in this program will earn a full Bachelor of Science degree in any one of the six engineering disciplines, augmented with a new Bachelor of Management for Engineers degree in management. The School of Management in the College of Arts and Sciences worked closely with the College of Engineering to develop this new management degree that builds upon the engineering education obtained through the engineering degree programs. The Bachelor of Management for Engineers degree consists of eight management courses, including an introduction to organizations and management, accounting principles and practices, business law, business strategy, business ethics, corporate finance, and marketing.
Applications for direct admission to this degree program are being accepted at the time of application for admission to Bucknell University. Additionally, applications for transfer into that program are being accepted by the Office of the Deans of Engineering. Enrollment in the degree program is limited. James G. Orbison, Dean of the College of Engineering, describes the new major as "distinctive and very sound, building upon the strengths of the hallmark programs in the College of Engineering and the School of Management." Additional information about the program can be obtained from Karen Marosi, Associate Dean of Engineering, at (570) 577-3705.
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