Welcome to the College of Engineering

Graduate as an in-demand engineer in the
high-demand state of California.

We're one of the largest, top-ranking and affordable engineering colleges in the nation. With 11 undergraduate and 7 graduate programs to choose from, we get you hands-on with industry-standard hardware, software and practices. You'll be ahead of peers in other colleges who operate in the theoretical but rarely in the practical. We graduate over 1,200 in-demand Bronco Engineers every year in California, the state with the highest employment of engineers according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Bronco Engineers go onto solve hard problems and invent new solutions for society—be one of them.

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Future Students

Welcome, future Bronco. See why you should choose us and how to apply.
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Current Students

Hey Bronco, get a list of resources to help you graduate on time, including curriculum sheets, scholarship opportunities and meeting with an advisor.
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Alumni and Friends

Find out how to stay connected with CPP College of Engineering as a Bronco Engineer.
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Faculty and Expertise

Access a directory of our world-class faculty.
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CPP Engineering Magazine
The 2022 Issue

Read on to learn about our burgeoning space programs and clubs, two resilient women who built their own paths, our dedicated staff and alumni, and more.

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Engineering News

CPP Engineering student Megan Beck holding a CubeSat, a miniature satellite.

Bronco Space Prepares for Second Space Launch

Faculty member Mohamed Aly, Ph.D., holding a certificate for an international best paper award.

ECE Faculty Develops Inventive Cybersecurity Technology, Wins Best Paper at International Conference

A group photo of Cal Poly Pomona engineering students with faculty member Reza Lakeh, Ph.D.

Student Research on Thermal Energy Storage Receives 2nd Climate Champions Grant

Bronco Motorsports formula car racing down a track in a competition.

Motorsports Place 1st in the SoCal Shootout Racing Competition

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