Degrees and Programs
Tinker, build, dream. Together.
Get ready to chart your course to a career as meaningful as it is successful. Every possible path starts with a common core curriculum for the first two years, which lets you explore your options and discover the discipline that's right for you. Take a course in Computational Problem Solving and see if computer science is your calling. Or, perhaps an Introduction to Systems Engineering course will lead you to an ISYE calling. As you explore, you'll get to talk with faculty, network with those in the industry, get involved and take charge of landing a job you love.
Our nationally-ranked programs for electrical engineering, industrial and systems engineering and mechanical engineering are accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). And our classes are small enough that professors learn more than students' names — they can get to know students' strengths and needs while collaboratively building toward their career goals.
Every engineering student earns a dual BS/BA degree, which means you'll embark on your career with a much more balanced skill-set than other grads hitting the job market. Not only will you be equipped with the critical thinking, writing and communication skills to excel, but you'll have the real-world experience and global perspective to be a true Changemaking Engineer. With your industry connections and interdisciplinary experience, the possibilities are borderless.