Undergraduate Programs

College of Engineering Info Card (PDF)

The College of Engineering offers 11 Bachelor of Science Degrees in:

Steve Dobbs with student

Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering Department Info Card (PDF)

Program trains students in aerodynamics, structures, propulsion, flight mechanics and controls, astronautics, and systems engineering.  The Department has nine laboratories, including a Subsonic Wind Tunnel, a Supersonic Wind Tunnel, and an Uninhabited Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Laboratory. 

Aerospace Engineering
CME students

Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering Department Info Card (PDF)

Program offers a degree in Chemical Engineering, which includes work related to the design, construction and operation of plants for fuels, plastics, fibers, foods and pharmaceuticals. Because of their strong background in chemistry and materials processing, many chemical engineers also work for industry as environmental engineers.

Chemicals and Materials Engineering
CE surveying

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering Department Info Card (PDF)

[Choose from options in General, Environmental, or Geospatial]
Program teaches students how to design, build, operate, and maintain the structures and infrastructure that form our modern society.  These facilities include buildings, bridges, highways, water supply systems, environmental protection systems, ports, railroads, dams, airports, and many others. 

Civil Engineering
ECE students

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Info Card (PDF)

Computer Engineering
Program trains undergraduate students in the fundamental electrical engineering principles, design of computer hardware and software, and embedded systems. 
Electrical Engineering
Program trains students in the fundamentals of electrical engineering including communications, controls, instrumentation, electronics, illumination and power.  At the junior and senior level students may specialize in power, electronics, or controls and instrumentation

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dr. Norali Pernalete

Electromechanical Engineering Technology

Electromechanical Engineering Technology Department Info Card (PDF)

Electronic Systems Engineering Technology
Program graduates work as technical members of the engineering team. They are well grounded in the principles necessary to apply current engineering methods and design procedures to solve practical technical problems currently found in industry.
Electromechanical Systems Engineering Technology
Program Mechanical emphasis stresses the application and design of mechanical and thermal power systems utilizing strength of materials, metallurgy, statics, dynamics, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics and heat transfer.

Electromechanical Engineering Technology
IME class

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering

Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Department Info Card (PDF) 

Industrial Engineering
 
Program prepares students as problem solvers who can tackle the complex interactions associated with productivity of workers, capital and facilities. They design and implement quality improvement methods for a more efficient, safe, productive work place with proper working conditions.

Manufacturing Engineering
Program prepares students as experts in the design and analysis of complex computer-controlled manufacturing and automation systems. They determine the processes to use and sequence of operations required to produce the product.

Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
ME students

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Department Info Card (PDF)

Program provides a quality, well-rounded education that is based on imparting fundamental knowledge and skills in mathematics and pure science as well as engineering science and design.

Mechanical Engineering

College Programs 
Women In Engineering
Maximizing Engineering Potential
Graduate Programs

Helpful References
College Curriculum Sheets
Dream Big Love What You Do (pdf)

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