The College of Engineering is dedicated to providing outstanding educational opportunities in engineering to a predominantly undergraduate student body of talented men and women. In accord with the University's Mission Statement, the College nurtures the intellectual, professional, and personal development of its students. The College strives to prepare them for entry into the engineering profession, related fields and graduate programs, and for continuing development as highly competent professionals and responsible members of society.
A Bucknell engineering education is distinguished by frequent interaction between students and faculty, a strong laboratory component in the curricula, and an emphasis on learning within a liberal arts university environment. The faculty are dedicated to teaching excellence and are actively engaged in scholarship in support of our educational mission, the discipline, or the profession.
Looking toward a world that increasingly demands professional flexibility and versatility, Bucknell nurtures student growth through close association with faculty who are accomplished teachers and distinguished scholars and through programs designed to anticipate the conditions of the workplace:
Drawing upon the resources of a liberal arts university, Bucknell prepares students to achieve personal goals by promoting overall intellectual growth and development through these offerings:
Bucknell graduates enter the job market with a breadth of preparation and outlook that makes them leaders in their field. This same preparation will allow you to develop a sense of ethics and professionalism, become a critical thinker and a lifelong learner--traits that will serve you well in the pursuit of your personal goals.
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