Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering

Building a sophisticated, functioning system or structure in an ever-changing world requires a remarkable mix of imagination, innovation, and technical savvy. That’s what Lipscomb engineering students develop: the confidence and the competence to (literally) change the world.

Honduran Bridge Build

On Saturday, March 28, passers-by on Belmont Boulevard may notice Lipscomb’s University’s own “bridge to nowhere” being constructed in the quad in front of the James D. Hughes Center.

Sixteen students in Lipscomb’s Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering will be working that Saturday to build a 104-foot-long metal pedestrian bridge on campus, and while it may not connect to anything in America, it is destined to connect to success and safety for middle and elementary students in San Esteban, Honduras, this summer.

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Engineering Bridge 2015
Engineering students building robot


Whether you want to design bridges, cars, or the next iPhone app; or if you're an industry professional seeking skills to help you advance, we’ve got you covered. Have an interest in giving back and learning about other cultures?  Many of our students travel each year to places like Guatemala and Haiti to help villages in a variety of engineering-related ways while working toward their degree.

There's a lot going on including visits and events for prospective students interested in engineering and for industry professionals seeking development opportunities or advanced degrees.

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Undergraduate Programs

With employment rates near 100% for our graduates with companies like SpaceX, Boeing, Rolls-Royce, Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon, TTL, Torch Technologies, Bonitron, TTL, Nissan, and more, we have a proven record. Offering degrees in civil and environmental, electrical and computer, and mechanical engineering, we provide students with a solid theoretical base coupled with real world application. It's just one reason our students graduate ready to hit the ground running at some of the top companies in the engineering industry.

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Graduate Programs

We have the working professional in mind. Just one night a week can earn you a master's degree in Engineering Management in less than two years; or with a two night a week commitment, you can finish in as little as a year. Lipscomb's graduate degree for engineers is the only one of its kind in the area. If you want to move into management in a highly complex, constantly evolving technical field, this program can help take you there.