A welcome from the dean
At its very core, an engineer is in the business of making people’s lives better. By understanding need. Solving problems. Offering better solutions or new solutions. Protecting safety, wellbeing, and more.
This intimate relationship between the profession and people is why we believe Lipscomb offers an unusual, and unusually advantageous, engineering education – students here not only get a superior background in the academics of engineering, but they are taught in a faith-based environment where sensitivity to people and their needs is paramount.
Upon graduation, your resume will show how well you know your craft, because chances are it will show experience in digging wells in Honduras or building bridges in Haiti or one of several hands on, significant engineering projects done by the college each year that show you not only have the grade point, but you done what you say you’ve learned.
Yes, our graduates are well prepared. In fact, we require all our seniors to take licensing exams not typically required by colleges because it puts their ratings at risk. No worries here. We have consistently had a 100 percent pass rate or very, very close to it. And our graduate programs are producing our area’s engineering management leaders.
Come join us. The world needs more faithful problem solvers.
Justin Myrick, Ph.D.
Dean, Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering
Key things to know about Lipscomb’s Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering
- Electrical and computer engineering, civil and environmental engineering and mechanical engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
- Programs in electrical and computer engineering, mechanical engineering, civil and environmental engineering
- Graduate degree in engineering management
- One of the older disciplines at Lipscomb, engineering education dates back to the 1930's