Versatile engineering roles
The need for industrial engineers continues to grow. This vital role connects workers, materials, technology, and information in cost-effective and sophisticated ways. Our graduates are prepared for positions in healthcare, manufacturing, supply chain logistics, tourism, food production, and beyond.
Connect with employers at our annual engineering job and internship fair. We encourage experiential learning by helping our students secure internships at leading engineering firms in Southern Maine.
Our program offers a broad scientific and engineering design foundation. Coursework includes engineering, science, mathematics, statistics, the sciences, communications, and business, and incorporates the Principles of Lean Six Sigma.
Upon graduation, you’ll be eligible for licensure as a professional engineer in Maine. While reciprocity conditions vary, many other states accept the Maine license.
Scholarships offer valuable financial aid that doesn’t need to be repaid. You’ll be automatically considered for Merit Scholarships when you apply for admission by the deadline. Additional opportunities are available.
Dedicated, engaged faculty
Our faculty are an excellent resource for our students. Learn from engineering faculty in small class settings and interact with our engineer-in-residence who spends one afternoon each week engaged in various department activities.