College of Engineering

Earn Your Engineering Degree

In Valparaiso University’s College of Engineering, you aren’t just learning how the world works. You’re helping to change it for the better. Here at one of the country’s top engineering programs, you’ll have one-on-one attention from expert faculty and access to state-of-the-art facilities⁠—so you can develop the skills to build a better future.

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Valparaiso University’s College of Engineering Recognized for Diversity

Valparaiso University’s College of Engineering has been recognized as a national leader in program diversity by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).

The ASEE Diversity Recognition Program (ADRP) publicly recognizes engineering and engineering technology programs that make significant, measurable progress in increasing diversity, inclusion and degree attainment outcomes. The ADRP has recognized Valparaiso University at the bronze level, the highest level of recognition attainable during this award cycle.

Indiana colleges with engineering programs don’t get better than Valpo. Learn more about our rankings and excellent reputation.

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Engineering Program Nationally
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Employment Rate Within 6 Months of Graduation
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Engineering Disciplines

Think of the world you want to live in…Then come to Valpo and build it.

Valpo’s College of Engineering develops engineers who are ready to lead and serve worldwide.  Working in state-of-the-art facilities, the College brings together talented students and expert faculty to advance their technical competence and a better understanding of how the world works to make a positive impact on society.


Sarah Kuchel, alum of Valpo’s college engineering program play-button

Electrical Engineering

Sarah Kuchel

Sarah’s Valpo experience gave her the knowledge and leadership skills to land her dream internship: designing next-generation spacesuit helmets at NASA.

Watch the video to learn how Sarah’s engineering degree path helped her discover a community of like-minded peers at Valpo.