UA&P’s pioneers saw the need to humanize the sciences and engineering, both of which experienced rapid technological growth at the turn of the century. The sense of the transcendent–of the ‘beyond what is apparent’–was lost on teh way and such loss led to greater materialism. Today’s engineers and scientists may have effective models to earn profits or invent things, but all at the cost of ethical conduct. The School of Sciences and Engineering aims to address that.
SSE confers the following degrees:
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