This program, funded by the Ohio Board of Regents, is a collaboration among the Fenn College of Engineering, the College of Sciences and Health Professions and partner institutions Baldwin Wallace University and Ursuline College.
Engineering Across the Pipeline focuses on increasing the number of engineering professionals in Northeast Ohio by providing a career pathway to students who already have shown an interest and ability in physics, biology, chemistry and mathematics at the undergraduate level.
The program provides qualified students with early and convenient access to Engineering Master’s degree programs. It facilitates the transition from Sciences, Mathematics and Undergraduate Engineering programs into Graduate programs in Engineering disciplines by coordinating undergraduate curricula.
Engineering Across the Pipeline an important initiative that links the CSU engineering college and local liberal arts institutions in harmony with the STEMM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine - priorities strongly endorsed by the Ohio Board of Regents.
Who can apply?
How do I apply?
For more information, contact Dr. Jorge E. Gatica
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