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College of Engineering and
Engineering Experiment Station

Montana State University
P.O. Box 173820
Bozeman, MT 59717-3820

Tel: (406) 994-2272
Fax: (406) 994-6665
Location: 212 Roberts

Dean and Director:
Robert Marley
> College of Engineering
College of Engineering Mission and Vision

The following statements encompass why the College of Engineering at Montana State University exists (Mission) and what role we seek for ourselves (Vision) as we fulfill our purpose.

The College of Engineering at Montana State University will serve the State of Montana and the nation by
  fostering lifelong learning
  integrating learning and discovery
  developing and sharing technical expertise
  empowering students to be tomorrow's leaders

The College of Engineering at Montana State University will be an outstanding collaborative community that achieves excellence in learning, innovation, discovery, and knowledge transfer. To realize this vision, the college will

  Leverage shared interests and talents among faculty and students in order to create knowledge across disciplinary lines.
  Effectively and efficiently balance breadth with depth in undergraduate education in order to prepare students for the global workforce.
  Be a leader in innovation and discovery in our identified focus areas.
  Successfully integrate research and innovation into the learning experience of both undergraduate and graduate students.
  Be recognized for the level of knowledge transfer to industry, governments, and citizens in the state of Montana.

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Click here to see the COE's Core Values.
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Left to right:  
Bobcat Motorsports was one of just 18 teams to finish all events at the Society of Automotive Engineers Formula Series competition in Fontana, Calif. They placed 24th overall – an amazing feat in their second competition. Robb Larson is the faculty advisor. (photo courtesy Robb Larson)

Students working with Dr. Ed Adams collect weather data as they study avalanches. (photo courtesy Ed Adams )

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