In order to meet the growing number of students interested in engineering as a major field of study, Grace College teams with Trine University in Angola, Indiana, to offer engineering degrees. Trine University’s engineering graduates have a strong job placement of 95-100 percent over the last 10 years. Engineering graduates enter the workforce in numerous avenues through tackling the ever increasing demands on our infrastructure and security, utilizing energy production, and designing revolutionary technology.
Grace College, in partnership with Trine University, offers a dual degree program that students can complete in 4 years. Students who finish this program graduate with a Trine degree (Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Science in Design Engineering Technology) and a Grace College Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics.
Biomedical Engineering Management requires advanced knowledge of design, development and research. This degree equips students to enter the workforce prepared to be a part of the rapidly changing technologies that are used by leaders in business, industry, and government. Students create, invent, and apply science using state-of-the-art technology.
Civil Engineering Management engages students in shaping our country’s infrastructure through public utility systems; transportation systems; and the maintenance and repair of airports, schools, and government facilities. Civil engineering is now more important than ever as each student has a chance to contribute to the world God has created. Civil engineering students structure their program to coincide with their particular area of interest.
Mechanical Engineering Management is the most unique, diverse, and versatile of all the engineering fields. Mechanical engineers plan, design, and direct the building of everything from paper clips to space shuttles. Mechanical engineers work on engines, power plants, electricity generation, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. They can be found in all types of companies, including those involved in manufacturing, transportation, health care, and insurance. Senior mechanical engineering students work on a year-long design project in a small group. The project is designed to emphasize both teamwork and personal responsibility.
Design Engineering Technology is an extremely exciting track in the design field with stimulating challenges and rewards. Students create and design anything from new sports cars to spaceships, and enjoy being a part of major bio-medical device breakthroughs. Design engineering technology students learn and use cutting-edge technology including the latest three-dimensional graphic communication techniques and software.
While living on the Grace Campus, engineering students complete the Grace Core classes under the guidance of Grace College professors. At the same time, they have the opportunity to study engineering with Trine University professors on the Grace College campus and complete the highly regarded Trine engineering degree. The advantage goes beyond the community living experience at Grace; students also get to reap the benefits of living in the "Orthopaedic Capital of the World".
Each year, Kelly Engineering Resources (KER) awards one outstanding undergraduate sophomore or junior engineering student with a $5,000 scholarship. For details and to apply for the scholarship visit the Kelly Engineering Resources website.