Engineering Programs

The Department of Engineering offers undergraduate programs in Computer Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering.  These programs prepare students for careers in industry and for further study in graduate programs. 

Computer Engineering Program

Computer engineers design computer-based real-time data acquisition systems. They analyze and design computer hardware and software, and their tradeoffs. In addition, computer engineers are used in an ever-growing number of positions involved with the applications of computers and digital technology. Our program prepares students by providing a strong background in mathematics, statistics, sciences and engineering, with emphasis in computer hardware, software, interfacing, and design.  It also grants elective flexibility for specialization in all aspects of computer engineering and related areas. In addition, students participate in undergraduate research, summer internships, professional societies and leadership skills development.

Manufacturing Engineering Program

Manufacturing engineers plan, direct, and coordinate new products from the design stage to the production and delivery to customers. Our program prepares students with a strong technical foundation in conventional manufacturing engineering and provides them with the tools to face the challenges of globalized marketplaces, and ecologically conscious and interdisciplinary business environments. Our curriculum is developed to provide a balanced knowledge of product design; materials; manufacturing processes; manufacturing systems; manufacturing automation and robotics; quality assurance; and project management. Students experience hands-on activities in our advanced laboratories. We offer our students a rich educational experience in interdisciplinary research through senior projects, manufacturing design implementation, extracurricular activities, and interaction with our exceptional faculty at the forefront of their fields.