Fundamental Skills for Success

Undecided about which area of engineering to pursue? No problem. You’ll have a chance to explore them all. Every engineering student at Michigan Tech takes the same core courses, and many choose a major after two semesters on campus. You’ll get exposure to all the engineering fields before you need to choose a career path. While you’re at it, you’ll gain the fundamental skills for success using the First-Year Engineering Learning Center, working with classmates in team activities, and benefiting from discovery-based classes.


 

Individualize Your Degree

Our Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE) degree program offers a technical foundation, then allows you the flexibility to pursue professional interests in line with or even outside of engineering. Graduates with this degree span a wide range of careers, from roller coaster design to nanotechnology research on cancer treatments.

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Amber Kemppainen

Amber Kemppainen

MS, Chemical Engineering, Michigan Technological University

Contact

906-487-2193
amber@mtu.edu

Senior Lecturer, Engineering Fundamentals

My teaching interests include spatial visualization and engineering communication. My research interests include environmental life cycle assessments and biobased fuels. I enjoy martial arts, boxing, writing and knitting.

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Amber Kemppainen

Amber Kemppainen

MS, Chemical Engineering, Michigan Technological University

Contact

906-487-2193
amber@mtu.edu

Senior Lecturer, Engineering Fundamentals

My teaching interests include spatial visualization and engineering communication. My research interests include environmental life cycle assessments and biobased fuels. I enjoy martial arts, boxing, writing and knitting.

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Brett Hamlin

Brett Hamlin

PhD, Mechanical Engineering Engineering Mechanics, Michigan Technological University

Contact

906-487-1965
bhhamlin@mtu.edu

Senior Lecturer, Engineering Fundamentals

Dr. Hamlin's teaching interests include graphics, visualization, solid mechanics, design, and thermo sciences.  His research interests include educational methods, spatial visualization, heat transfer, and biomechanics.  His current research projects are the development of the First Year Engineering Program, and modeling heat flow in bone tissue.  Dr. Hamlin has published one . . .