We provide students with a solid foundation in engineering and its underlying math and science within the framework of a liberal arts education.

The professional practice of engineering requires an understanding of analytical methods, design techniques, social and economic influences and an appreciation for cultural and humanistic traditions. Our ABET-accredited program supports these needs by offering each engineering student the opportunity to acquire a broad yet individualized technical and liberal education.

At the core of the curriculum is a sequence of mathematics, physics and engineering courses that foster analytical and design skills that can be applied to a range of engineering disciplines. Elective courses, design projects and undergraduate research opportunities allow students to pursue specific areas of interest.

Hope’s strong liberal arts core curriculum provides engineering students with critical thinking skills, proficiency in a foreign language and exposure to a diversity of views and cultures.

Graduates of the program are prepared to begin a professional career or continue study in graduate school.

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Recent Blog Posts

  1. Hope College Rocketry Group Hosts First Launch

    Posted by Matthew Smith

    Members of the Hope Association of Rocketry and Performance Aviation (HARPA) recently hosted their f...

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  2. Alumni Highlights: Mark Panaggio ’09

    Posted by Matthew Smith

    Mark Panaggio ’09  graduated from Hope with a double major in engineering (electrical emphasi...

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  3. How the Intro to Engineering Course led me to Lake Victoria, Kenya

    Posted by Courtney Peckens

    For several years the Introduction to Engineering course (ENGS 100) has included a design project in...

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  4. Engineers Without Borders Returns to Kenya

    Posted by Blogs Administrator

    After traveling over 7,900 miles on March 15th, a group of students and mentors walked out into the ...

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  5. Alumni Highlight: Daniel Langholz ’14

    Posted by Matthew Smith

    Daniel Langholz ’14 graduated from Hope College with a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering w...

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  6. Aerospace Aspirations

    Posted by Matthew Smith

    A typical semester for Hope College engineering student Samuel Bachwich (‘21) includes a full load...

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