Bioengineering students learn about improving the lives of others by combining principles of engineering and physiological knowledge.
Civil engineering students gain expertise in five technical areas: environmental, geotechnical, structures, transportation, and water resources.
Our computer engineering students use technology in computer hardware and software applications, such as cell phones, computers, and robotics.
Electrical engineering students study the cutting edge of emerging technologies in electronics, microcontrollers, power, and communication systems.
Environmental engineering students develop the professional skills needed to work collaboratively with others to engineer solutions that protect our environment and use resources in a sustainable manner.
Mechanical engineering students develop expertise in the areas of alternative energy; automatic control of processes; and the design, development, and manufacture of mechanical components or systems.
This program allows students to combine their interests in business and engineering, opening opportunities for them after graduation to work in technology and technical companies.
The VIEP program allows students to gain multicultural experience and language proficiency, along with technical engineering skills, to prepare for careers with international research and manufacturing firms in the United States or abroad.