Engineers have skillsets that are in high demand in manufacturing industries, engineering and consulting services, research, and development, management of companies, construction, and computer systems design and support services. Engineering also serves as a fantastic pivot to careers in business, law, and medicine.
The choice then…is E. S. Witchger School of Engineering
At Marian, students will be challenged to solve real-world problems facing today’s society and be prepared for transformative leadership in tomorrow’s. Come join a community of scholars!
Learn about the programs we provide students that lead to successful careers and prepare them to be transformative leaders for service to the region, the nation, and the world.
Phoenix Davis '26 Biomedical Engineering Student
"I love the closeness of the campus. I also love the 1-on-1 time with the professors and always knowing that if you have a question they will be there to help. I love the community of the classes. I enjoy being able to laugh and have fun while learning and working on hands-on projects."
Nolan MacDonald '25 Mechanical Engineering Student
"I have worked through many different courses and Engineering makes me the most excited! I am a baseball player between that and engineering, Marian was the perfect school for me. I am most excited to work on cars, and manufacturing designs in the future."
Marian University At a Glance
Social Mobility in the Doctoral/Professional Universities by U.S. News & World Report
Percent of students at Marian University’s campus in Indianapolis who receive scholarships and grants.*
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