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  • Engineers are dreamers and researchers, problem solvers and product developers. Above all, they're innovators.
  • 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, 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.

    Engineering concentrations

    Architectural • Chemical • Civil • ComputerElectrical 
    EnvironmentalIndustrial MechanicalSoftware

    ONU Engineering program advantages

    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,

    Additional advantages:

    • Option to complete a '4+1' program in conjunction with Olivet's School of Graduate and Continuing Studies, allowing undergraduate students to complete both their Bachelor of Science in Engineering and Master of Engineering Management degrees in just over five years.
    • Co-op program that links students with top companies to gain valuable experience and potential future employment.
    • Quality internship prospects through industry partners and alumni network.
    • Plentiful opportunities for professional development.  
    • Training grounded in professional and ethical responsibility.
    • Life-changing Christian mission opportunities to apply knowledge in high-need world areas. 
    • Participation in student-led groups, such as the Olivet SAE Baja racing team and the Olivet section of the Society of Women Engineers.

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     Some companies that have employed Olivet alumni include:

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    Grumman Logo Bear Archery Nucor Logo John Hopkins Logo  Vactor Logo
    U.S. Army Logo Otterbox Logo G & W Logo Honda Logo Xylem Logo 


    Students, employers and society can be confident that an ABET-accredited program meets the quality standards that produce graduates prepared to enter a global workforce.  

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