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At the core of the educational approach in the Tagliatela College of Engineering is the spiral curriculum. Students gain valuable communication, team building, and leadership skills through a sequence of courses that begin their freshman year. Students learn to work in group projects to gain an understanding of how the different disciplines of engineering are linked together in the real world.

This innovative curriculum is the Tagliatela College of Engineering's response to the call from the National Academy of Engineering for a new approach to educating and training engineers. We believe that this approach, coupled with the integration of theory and practice, will enable us to graduate industry-ready engineers who will be successful in the twenty-first century.

Click here for a complete overview of the spiral curriculum.

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