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Wallace Hall


Monmouth produces Renaissance Engineers who are powerful and creative entrepreneurial problem-solvers. They are educated broadly in Monmouth’s rich liberal arts environment to make ethical and informed choices – and they have the skills to effectively communicate those decisions to both technical and non-technical audiences. 

Engineering includes three tracks – chemical, electrical and mechanical. Because the program is taught in the context of the liberal arts, all three tracks produce Renaissance Engineers who are equipped to do more than simply propose technical solutions to problems. They are engineers who also understand the culture, context and the consequences of the solutions they propose.