An interdisciplinary undergraduate program that combines an engineering foundation with business. Students select one of 6 concentrations: Business Law, Computer Science, Media and Information, Packaging, Supply Chain Management, or Technical Sales. Students have a strong understanding of the interplay between engineering and business.
Combines biology with engineering. Biosystems engineers ensure safe food, healthy ecosystems, bioenergy, and human health.
Chemical Engineering explores the processing of materials and the production or utilization of energy through chemical reactions.
Materials Science and Engineering study material properties and applies knowledge to developing new materials.
Civil Engineers serve society by designing the built environment and managing the natural environment. You will learn to plan, design, and construct civil works like highways, water and wastewater systems, tunnels, dams, buildings, and bridges.
Computer science deals with information and computation. It is also the art and science of designing, implementing, testing, and maintaining complex software systems for various areas, including business, engineering, and gaming.
Electrical Engineering includes the study of electrical and electronic circuits and devices, power, communications, signal processing, and systems control.
Computer Engineering majors study theory, design, and applications of computers and information processing.
Environmental Engineers are involved in water and air pollution control, recycling, waste disposal, and public health issues. Environmental engineers conduct hazardous-waste management studies to evaluate the hazard's significance, advise on its treatment and containment, and develop regulations to prevent mishaps.
Mechanical Engineering applies fundamental principles of mechanics and thermodynamics to design. Mechanical engineers are involved in the design, manufacture, and testing of essentially every product of modern society.