The Integrated Engineering major is offered through a novel engineering education program, unique to Minnesota State Mankato. Iron Range Engineering is offered in the Iron Range region of northeast Minnesota (Virginia, MN) and Twin Cities Engineering is offered in the Twin Cities metro area (Bloomington, MN). The IRE Bell Engineering program begins in Virginia, MN and students complete coursework while working in engineering co-ops all over the nation.
Obtaining a major in Integrated Engineering prepares students for a variety of career opportunities.
The Integrated Engineering program is part of the Department of Integrated Engineering.
The Bachelor of Science in Engineering offers a unique opportunity for students to build a strong technical foundation and tailor their emphases across a range of engineering areas including mechanical, electrical, mechatronics, biomedical, computer, industrial, and beyond.
The Project-Based Engineering Certificate allows upper-division engineering students or engineers from industry to spend a semester working on an industry-sponsored project, further developing their technical, professional and design skills. It's an excellent opportunity for international students.
The Technical Integration & Design Certificate is for people who want to work with a team of student engineers on an industry-sponsored project to develop communication, entrepreneurial, and project management skills. It's a great opportunity for international students in a wide range of fields.
This minor lets students work with a team of student engineers on an industry-sponsored project to develop communication, entrepreneurial, and project management skills. It's valuable for Technical Communication, Communication Studies, and business majors, particularly those who need a STEM minor.