Marquette Engineering Program. This program consists of two years of pre-engineering at Creighton University followed by a transfer to the College of Engineering at Marquette University for two or three more years, depending on whether a work-study cooperative plan is followed. After completing the academic requirements at Marquette University, the student will be awarded a B.S. in an engineering field: biocomputer, biomedical, civil, computer, electrical, industrial, or mechanical engineering. Courses approved by and completed at a level acceptable to the student’s advisor will be accepted for transfer credit at Marquette University.
Detroit Mercy Cooperative Engineering Program. The program consists of two years of pre-engineering at Creighton followed by two years of cooperative engineering at the University of Detroit Mercy. After completing the academic requirements at the University of Detroit Mercy, the student will be awarded a Bachelor of Civil, Electrical, Manufacturing, or Mechanical Engineering. Students who successfully complete the following program (see grid), or an alternate approved program, will be unconditionally recommended for transfer to the Junior Class of the College of Engineering and Science at the University of Detroit Mercy; they will be certified as being qualified for cooperative industrial training in the Electrical and Computer, Mechanical, or Civil and Environmental departments.