Computer Hardware Engineers $114,600
Chemical Engineers $104,910
Electrical Engineers $101,600
Mehcanical Engineers $87,370
(From U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics 2018 set)
Our department is heavily invested in research, focusing from ECL Seonsors to true 3D printing, our faculty have received Federal Grants to pursue their research, become a part of it!
As a mission oriented school, our Department supports the engineering club engineers without borders, that provides engineering solutions for communities to thrive, just this summer several EWB members went to Madagascar to build water wells for villages in need.
Our students' success is our top priority, students can get direct assistance from their professors which help foster better learning.
Tanner Williams majored in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Mathmatics. He graduated in May 2014. His advice to engineering students: "Keep busy. Sometimes the difference between a good education and a great education is what are willing to put into it. Andrews University and the Engineering Department went the extra-mile and gave me the tools I needed to be prepared for a career." Tanner is now working at Texas Instruments in Dallas, TX.
"I interned twice during my college career. My first internship was for UTC in France. This experience was my first exposure to the industrial work." Nina advises future engineering students to - not wait to look for internships. She said, "The way I got my internship was by going to conventions. Even if you are not looking for an internship, it is crucial that you start going to conventions and seminars as a freshman so you have a feel of what you should be prepared for. Also, get involved with engineering clubs. Employers are impressed by leadership skills displayed through these extra-curricular activities."
Michael Hess is a quiet, unassuming young man who listens (and thinks) before he speaks. He graduated from Andrews University with a degree in mechanical engineering in May 2016 and before beginning his graduate studies he decided to spend a year as a student missionary through Adventist Frontier Missions(AFM)
Jonathan began attending Andrews as a freshman in 2011. Now, just five years laters, he has graduated as an honors student with degrees in engineering, physics and mathmatics. On top of that, he has both a mission year in Lebanon and a study tour to Australia under his belt and will now adventure on to Stanford to pursue a master's degree in electrical engineering.