Engineering Track

Study with Benedictine College science professors who know how to make science engaging, and how to lead students in discovering the natural world.

Benedictine College's School of Engineering is one of the fastest-growing areas of the college. This track will help participants grow in understanding of the rules of this applied science, learning through first-hand experience and lab demonstrations facilitated by Benedictine Engineering professors.

Track available in:

  • June 9-14 (Session 1)
  • June 16-21 (Session 2)

Cost of attendance: $625.00
* This includes the $100 lab fee

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Track Instructor

Dr. Charles Sprouse, Assistant Professor of Engineering

Dr. Charles Sprouse

Dr. Sprouse received a Physics degree from Benedictine College in 2007, before moving to study engineering at the University of Kansas. Following a bachelor’s degree in 2009, he joined the doctoral program and earned his Ph.D. in 2016. During the course of his engineering studies, he worked for Latimer, Sommers, and Associates, P.A. Engineers and worked with several automotive/transportation research organizations.

Through his graduate career, Dr. Sprouse published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at academic conferences. His research areas include diesel particulate filters, organic Rankine cycles, waste heat recovery, and adaptive information displays to limit driver distraction. After two years of teaching part-time at BC, he returned to his alma mater full-time, joining the School of Engineering in 2013.