With the ever-evolving job market, Andrews University is making sure that we offer marketable degrees with great career opportunities for the next generation of World Changers. Research has shown us that engineering, public health and our brand-new degree in informatics are at the top of the list. Innovate through engineering, bring science and compassion together with public health or creatively solve problems with informatics. No matter your choice, Andrews University is offering top ranking degrees so you can change the world.

Engineering is all about creating, analyzing and using the principles of science and mathematics to meet the needs around us. Here are a few things to know:

  • This program allows students to develop strong core knowledge while also emphasizing the value of soft skills such as communication, critical thinking and teamwork.
  • Engineering at Andrews includes strong research opportunities with top universities and paid internship opportunities during summers.
  • Students experience almost 100% job placement after graduation

Getting a degree in Informatics is all about learning how to creatively use technology to solve problems. Here are a few things to know:

  • Informatics is perfect for students who want to tap into their “inner geek” while making a positive impact on society.
  • This program includes many opportunities for well-paid internships with top industry companies.
  • Nearly 100% of recent graduates are employed with salaries that can start off between $65,000–$150,000.

A bachelor's degree in Public Health is for students who want to combine science, medicine and compassion in an effort to be good stewards of our population’s health. Here are a few things to know:

  • Public Health offers a broad range of career options with the potential to make up to $70,000 after graduation.
  • Our program offers students opportunities for community-based and basic science research.
  • Andrews is a no smoking, no drugs, vegetarian campus with a plant-based emphasis.

ABOUT THE COVER PHOTO: Professors and students from our World Changing Degree areas recently developed a biosensor that can be used in the diagnosis of various diseases, including breast cancer. Voltage from a mobile phone is sent through an ECL chemical, emitting light that is then captured by the cameras and analyzed by a mobile app. (Students, from left: Jonathan Swerdlow, Colleen Staniszewski & Carlos Germosen)

RESEARCH PROFESSORS: Hyun Kwon (engineering), Padma Tadi Uppala (public health) and Rodney Summerscales (informatics)