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The University's engineering programs emphasize theory and design while helping students explore specific interests through a variety of majors and concentrations.

Internships and networking opportunities with industry and government partners are combined with career-ready resources like resume-building and online profile workshops to help prepare students for career success or graduate school.

Our students have been accepted to some of the most competitive graduate engineering programs. Read more here

Engineering programs are:

  • are calculus based

  • stress the underlying theory of applications in business and industry

  • provide intensive work in experimental methods and related underlying theories in the lab courses

  • apply general design principles and tools applicable to a wide variety of problems


Students studying engineering often follow different career paths than those who study engineering technology. Engineering graduates:

  • will be considered for entry-level positions in conceptual design, systems engineering, manufacturing, or product research and development

  • may require on-the-job training because studies emphasize fundamentals

  • are eligible to become registered professional engineers in all states through a series of examinations and documentation of experience

  • are eligible for graduate study in engineering and other areas


Acoustical Engineering and Music (BSE)

Biomedical Engineering (BSBE)

Civil Engineering (BSCE)

Computer Engineering (BSCompE)

Electrical Engineering (BSEE)

Interdisciplinary Engineering Studies (BSE)

Mechanical Engineering (BSME)