College of Engineering



Cal Poly Pomona’s College of Engineering has earned its reputation for being one of the best engineering programs in the country. With undergraduate and graduate programs, research and scholarly activities and community engagement, we create career-ready engineers and award over 1,200 bachelor’s degrees and over 130 master’s degrees each year. CPP is a polytechnic university that is part of the California State University system and a key to California’s success.

We offer these 11 undergraduate programs: Aerospace Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Construction Engineering Technology, Electrical Engineering, Electromechanical Systems Engineering Technology, Electronic Systems Engineering Technology, Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering.

We offer seven graduate programs: Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Management, Engineering with Emphasis in Aerospace, Engineering with Emphasis in Materials, Mechanical Engineering, and Systems Engineering. To learn about the differences between these engineering degrees, visit undergraduate programs and graduate programs. Our engineering programs are among the best, as shown in these national rankings:

  • 5th Nationally: Best public undergraduate engineering program, best civil engineering program, and best computer engineering program
  • 11th Nationally: Best electrical engineering program
  • 12th Nationally: Best mechanical engineering program


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Future Students

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Current Students

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Alumni & Friends

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Faculty & Expertise

Jenny Martinez receives her scholarship from President Soraya Coley, Kay Hudspeth, Lilly Gossage and Sep Eskandari at the President's Scholars Conferral at Cal Poly Pomona October 12, 2019.

President's Scholars

Meet the 2019-20 President's Scholars from the College of Engineering

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Undergraduate Advising

The expanded advising program is made possible by funding from the Student Success Fee. Four engineering advisors are available to advise all engineering undergraduate students. The advising center is located in Building 9, Room 155.

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Engineering Project Symposium

The Engineering Project Symposium provides an opportunity for students across the college to present their projects for review by faculty, industry representatives, other students, and guests.

Read the Latest Issue of the College of Engineering Magazine

The 19-20 issue of our annual magazine is now available. This latest issue features the big ideas, people and places of our college.

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Cover of the 19-20 issue of the College of Engineering Magazine