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A Curriculum of Community and Leadership.
Our departments and programs collaborate to provide you with a broad education, so you can arrange your curriculum around your focus. Our highly respected undergraduate and graduate programs integrate academics with hands-on experiences and service-learning to develop the whole person. We stress community and leadership through our collaborative teaching and learning — a legacy of our catholic, Marianist heritage.
Chemical . . . Materials . . . Bioengineering . . . It's all here. Receive solid basics along with heavy laboratory-based professional experiences — a potent combination. Study with world-renown experts, conduct research in state-of-the-art facilities and earn a highly respected degree.
From geotechnical engineering to water resource management, our programs prepare you to solve problems and improve outcomes. Our students consistently outperform the pack on the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam (FE), our benchmark measure of excellence — we've got it down.
Wired for success. Our programs are among the best in the country. With cutting-edge curriculum and facilities, we combine learning with doing, theory with practice, preparation with results. We have programs in digital and image processing, robotics control, micro-electronics, wide-area surveillance, along with the latest laboratory equipment in our Motoman Robotics Lab, Vision Lab, and LOCI facilities.
Get an advanced degree in the growing optics industry. Our program is at the heart of many new technologies: telecommunications, medicine and manufacturing. The School of Engineering and the College of Arts and Sciences collaborate at the University to present one of the most advanced programs in the world.
You don't have to interrupt your career to earn a master's degree in engineering management or management science. We offer convenient courses for the traditional or the professional student in an energetic program that puts you on the fast-track to a leadership position.
Graduates of engineering technology programs combine theory and practice to build exciting careers in mechanical, global manufacturing, industrial, electrical and electronic, and computers — apply your know-how, learn to work in a multidisciplinary environment and expect great results.