You don’t just want a job after college. You want a great career so you can better people’s lives. If you want an in-demand, World Changing degree, you belong at Andrews. Research shows that engineering, public health and our new degree in informatics are at the top of the list for marketability.

You can meet the needs around you through Engineering. You’ll create, analyze and use principles of science and mathematics to create positive change. You belong at Andrews if you want to:

  • Develop strong core engineering knowledge as well as key skills such as communication, critical thinking and teamwork.
  • Take advantage of strong research opportunities with top universities and paid internships during summers.
  • Get a great job right out of school. Andrews engineering students enjoy 100 percent job placement after graduation.

Want to learn how to creatively use technology to solve problems? Consider an Informatics degree from Andrews. 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.
  • You’ll have lots of opportunities for well-paid internships with top industry companies.
  • Nearly 100 percent of recent graduates are employed with salaries that can start off between $65,000–$150,000. Sound good? You belong in the Andrews Informatics program.

Interested in combining science, medicine and compassion to improve the health of entire populations? If so, you belong in the Andrews Public Health program.

Keep the following in mind:

  • Public Health offers you a broad range of career options with the potential to make up to $70,000 after graduation.
  • You’ll have the chance to do community-based and scientific research.
  • Andrews is a welcoming community with a no smoking, no drugs campus serving vegetarian, plant-based food.

ABOUT THE 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 and Carlos Germosen)

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

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You are unique. We are excited about your talents and strengths and invite you to develop them at Andrews University. You will fit right in with our welcoming, warm and innovative community. Join our diverse campus family to develop your knowledge, grow in faith and change the world.

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