Twin Cities Engineering
Twin Cities Engineering graduates will be ready to tackle complex projects and solve difficult problems in the real world, because that’s exactly what they do as students. Students learn traditional engineering knowledge and skills in a project-based learning environment. They work with industry members and others on real-life design projects, with a focus on integrating technical and professional knowledge and competencies.
Our educational model emphasizes innovation, creativity, design, experimental techniques, modeling techniques and collaboration. Students are able to tailor their education to emphasize different engineering fields on their way to earning a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Minnesota State Mankato.
Students can complete their lower division requirements at any school, whether a community college, traditional four-year engineering program, or a 3-2 program at a liberal arts school. Please see our admissions requirements for more information about how to prepare for this exciting program.
Twin Cities Engineering is hosted by Normandale Community College at its new Partnership Center. It is a collaboration between Minnesota State University, Mankato and the following colleges:
- Normandale Community College
- Anoka-Ramsey Community College
- Century College
- Inver Hills Community College
- Saint Paul College