Celebrating 50 years!
- Uniquely integrating engineering and the liberal arts, the Engineering Studies program has been preparing students to be broadly educated sociotechnical citizens since 1970. Learn more
Engineering Studies provides students with a platform to develop engineering habits of mind, such as problem-solving skills, analytical thinking, and an understanding of the design process.
The coursework empowers students to meet the world’s complex, interdisciplinary challenges and devise creative solutions and ideas for them.
The Engineering Studies Program brings together the four divisions of campus—engineering, humanities, science, social sciences—for a truly liberal arts education.
Student-led faculty collaboration. Study abroad. Interdisciplinary programs such as Economic Empowerment and Global Learning Project (EEGLP). These are some of the ways students apply their knowledge to the real world.
Lafayette’s engineering studies program bridges the College’s rich liberal arts and scientific traditions; graduates have successful careers in a broad…
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