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St. Ambrose is a comfort zone for engineers; it's not so large that you'll get lost, whether it be in a lecture or a crowd. And our veteran faculty understand the skills you'll need to succeed in the working world by giving you plenty of experience, from your entry-level classes through the culminating Senior Design Course.
St. Ambrose University offers Bachelor of Science degrees in Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and a dual degree option (Industrial and Mechanical engineering).
Industrial Engineering is concerned with designing, evaluation and improving systems. At St. Ambrose, our emphasis is on how humans fit into those systems to ensure safe and productive work.
Mechanical Engineering is the broadest discipline in engineering and uses a combination of human, material, and economic resources to provide solutions to societal problems.
Ambrose has everything: undergraduate research, small class sizes, approachable and engaging professors–all with the foundation of liberal arts.
As a systems engineer, Jeff Stebel '01 is helping NASA develop a spacecraft.