A typical engineer is often curious about the “how,” not the “why.” Sounds like you? We’ll help you find solutions to problems using math and science, not just trial and error.
Our faith-based curriculum is project-oriented, matched with small classes and research opportunities. Some students even intern at places like Stryker and Oakwood Nuclear.
Our program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. This gives you better employment and licensing options in the future.
The engineering field is a great place to begin a career. In the United States, there aren’t enough engineers to fill available job openings! Our good students often have job offers before they even graduate.
Our Bachelor of Science in engineering is designed with the student in mind. We offer emphases in electrical and computer engineering, mechanical engineering, and chemical engineering.
Median Average Salaries: Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012–13 edition.
You'll get the training and hands-on experience you need in courses like Manufacturing Processes and Logic Circuit Design. You'll also complete a Senior Design Project, where you will work on and solve real-life problems. We'll teach you concepts like 3-D processing and even how to create a custom logic chip.