Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering

Building a sophisticated, functioning system or structure (we don’t mean sand castles, here) in an ever-changing world requires a remarkable mix of imagination and technical savvy. That’s what Lipscomb engineering students develop: the confidence and the competence to (literally) make the world better.

Engineering students building robot

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Whether you want to design bridges, cars, or the next iPhone app, we’ve got you covered. And if you want to launch cantaloupes out of a trebuchet (like a gigantic slingshot), or travel to Guatemala to help villagers there construct water lines, you can do that, too—all while working toward your degree.

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Undergraduate Programs

With a post-graduation employment rate nearing 100%, our College of Engineering has a proven record. With programs in civil and environmental, electrical and computer, and mechanical engineering that include lab work, research projects, and internships, it’s no wonder our students graduate ready to get to work.

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Graduate Programs

Lipscomb offers a master’s degree in Engineering Management. Our program was created by engineers for engineers, and it’s the only one of its kind in the area. If you want to move into management in a highly complex, constantly evolving field, with this degree under your belt you’ll be ready.