About Engineering at Dartmouth
Located in Hanover, New Hampshire, Dartmouth has one of the oldest professional schools of engineering in the country offering an engineering sciences education unencumbered by departmental divisions that fosters cross-disciplinary innovation in research and teaching. Graduate programs include the Master of Engineering Management (M.E.M.), M.S., Ph.D., dual degrees with The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, and the nation's first Ph.D. Innovation Program. Dartmouth undergraduates study engineering as part of a liberal arts education leading to the Bachelor of Arts (A.B.) degree; most majors take additional courses leading to the professional Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) degree. (See more about the A.B./B.E.)
Study engineering at Dartmouth and you will...
- Join a close-knit community of thinkers
- Be around others who want to make a difference and help the world
- Participate in real-world projects and research all along the way
- Learn engineering, but not JUST engineering
- Breathe the fresh air and enjoy the great outdoors
Don't take our word for it...
In a nutshell...
Thayer School was founded by Dartmouth alumnus Sylvanus Thayer who believed that engineering in the context of a liberal arts education provides the best preparation for solving the world's problems.
The Dartmouth difference is one community, no departments. Expertise from across the engineering disciplines converge to enhance innovation. People here share ideas, challenges, and inspiration and push each other to solve pressing global problems:
Collaboration fans out from Thayer School throughout the entire Dartmouth campus and beyond. Students partner with industry to work on specific challenges. Research projects pull in expertise from medicine and business, physics and computer science, public policy and studio art.
At Dartmouth, the box does not exist.