Undergraduate Programs

The educational objective of each of our undergraduate programs is to prepare and produce graduates who are equipped with the tools and attitudes to be successful in:

  1. The practice of engineering as:
    • maturing professionals employed in industrial, governmental, educational or consulting positions with ever increasing responsibilities and influence;
    • individuals whose interaction with their employers, coworkers, and neighbors is characterized as considerate, moral, and ethical;
  2. The acquisition of new knowledge and skills by:
    • pursuit of advanced degrees in engineering or related fields;
    • active participation in ongoing professional development
    • refinement and adaptation of their fundamental skills to keep pace with a rapidly changing environment
  3. The application of their talents to serving others by;
    • active engagement in programs and initiatives which leverage their engineering competence and other skills in ways beneficial to their community, their church, their profession, and society as a whole.

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Learn how to build electronic circuits, design components of a computer, and program in a variety of languages

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Learn aerodynamics, structural and machine design from teachers with real-world experience

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Learn how to design buildings, bridges, dams, roads, water systems, water and wastewater treatment plants, drainage systems, etc