Each year, Olivet’s growing engineering program sends more new
professionals into the world to engineer a better, safer and stronger
environment. As an Olivet engineer, you
begin your education in the Martin D. Walker School of Engineering and
Technology, the modern three-story wing of Reed Hall of Science that provides
the space, tools and curriculum of a world-class program.
Small classes afford close interaction with engineering
faculty members, who are experienced professionals in their respective
specialties and gifted mentors for future engineers.
Discover program highlights on this site, then plan to visit the Olivet campus to meet our
faculty, tour the engineering school and begin making your dreams real.
Architectural • Chemical • Civil • Computer Electrical • Geological • Mechanical
and society can be confident that an ABET-accredited program meets the quality
standards that produce graduates prepared to enter a global workforce.
Olivet engineers are well-prepared for careers or
post-graduate work. In 2014, Olivet Engineering seniors had an 89 percent
first-attempt pass rate (national average is 76 percent) on the National
Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) Fundamentals of
Engineering (FE) exam.
The program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation
Commission of ABET, the nonprofit, non-governmental organization that accredits
college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering and
Some companies that
have employed Olivet alumni include:
Engineering and alumni news
Olivet creates School of Engineering named for Martin D. "Skip" WalkerCatalyst Innovation Center business and research venture launchedEngineering expansion of
Reed Hall of Science dedicated to education and serviceNew Master of Engineering
Management degree debutsMissioneers to help turn
on the power for developing countriesDr. R. Shane Ritter takes
helm of Department of Engineering2013 summer research in
engineeringONU engineering grad lands job at OtterboxEngineering alumna Heather Makarewicz honored with 2012 Young Alumni AwardNASA researcher and ONU grad now Olivet professor
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with current events “I’m a civilian engineer working for the Navy to create the plans to maintain and retrofit ships. I spend a great deal of time traveling to different Navy stations around the U.S. and the world, where the ships dock to verify production drawings and troubleshoot mechanical issues. Not only did Olivet give me the basic engineering knowledge that I would need to succeed in this discipline, it also taught me that I can use a professional skill like engineering to serve the Lord.” – Katie Sweet, Class of 2008