Beloit’s “whole person” approach to engineering will give you the foundation you need to be successful, no matter your ultimate destination.


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What are you looking to do with engineering?

Are you looking to be an Engineer…

Perhaps you know you want to be an engineer, but you also have other interests. You want a college where you’ll be known and mentored, without giving up the depth and experiences you would get with an engineering-only program.

Beloit’s 3-2 and 4-2 programs gives you the best of both worlds: a complete engineering education with the opportunity to explore other interests and develop unique skills.

…or looking to explore the possibilities?

Perhaps you love math and science, and you’re looking for a college that will equip you for a career in STEM, while giving you time and space to explore. You want a college that can help you develop the cultural competency you’ll need to be effective in our increasingly diverse and interconnected world.

Beloit’s Engineering Physics degree gives you the room to explore engineering and similar fields with faculty and alumni support to help you find what it is you want to do after graduation.

Either way, Beloit’s curriculum will give you what you need to succeed.

You will get scientific knowledge and technical skills from engineering courses and experience putting these into practice, with guidance from faculty mentors.

All the while, you’ll continue to pursue the passions and interests that make you who you are, while making new connections and finding new directions.

Sydney Crockett ’21

Sydney Crockett ’21 Explores Links between Wild Rice and Sulfate in Minnesota Lakes

Sydney Crockett ’21 is an environmental geology and pre-engineering major working with Sue Swanson as her thesis advisor.  Her research shows how the decline and recovery of wild rice biomass is linked to sulfate concentrations in lakes.

James Wicker

James Wicker awarded R. R. Palmer Teaching Fellowship in Physics

Physics and Engineering student, James Wicker, is awarded the R. R. Palmer Teaching Fellowship in Physics


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