College-Prep Curriculum with emphasis on Math and Science and will also include critical thinking, public speaking and collaborative project-based learning skills.
Required Courses in Math and Science as well as three semesters of Engineering-specific coursework. Click HERE to view Engineering course descriptions.
Seminars and Enrichment Activities including lectures, field trips and presentations outside the classroom.
Mentorship Opportunities with professionals in Engineering careers.
Internship/Field-Experience providing significant first hand experience in various areas of Engineering.
Co-Curricular Activity center around STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) opportunities.
Capstone Project which culminates the student's experience within the Institute.
Global Perspective through innovative international Engineering connections.
Brief outlines of Engineering I, II, and III are outlined below. For full course descriptions, visit the Engineering section on the academic departments page.
E3: Experiential Engineering Education
The Totino-Grace Engineering Institute will intellectually engage and challenge students with a rigorous curriculum that includes coursework focused on engineering, as well as exposure to the field of engineering through program components occurring outside of the classroom.