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Get a dynamic education that innovates at every turn and examines every problem-solving angle. You’ll graduate with the power to make a world of a difference—in your life, in your community and around the world.

BS/BA in Electrical Engineering

Gain the hands-on experience to design, test and build where electronics can take us in the future. Learn More

  • BS/BA Dual Degree
  • 147 Credits
  • ## Job Placement Rate
  • $##K Avg. Starting Salary

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ENGR 101 Introduction to Engineering

Students work in small teams to solve open-ended interdisciplinary design problems.

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ELEC 472 Wireless and Digital Communications

Master the practical issues in designing and developing cellular, satellite-based and other wireless communication systems.

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BS/BA in Engineering

Tackle complex problems with an interdisciplinary mindset that preps you for any number of specific fields of study. Learn More

  • BS/BA Dual Degree
  • 147 Credits
  • ## Concentrations
  • $##K Statistics

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ENGR 101 Introduction to Engineering

Students work in small teams to solve open-ended interdisciplinary design problems.

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GENG 350 Engineering and Social Justice

Develop the critical thinking skills to apply social justice issues to an engineering context in the real world.

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BS/BA in Industrial+Systems Engineering

Make a difference by optimizing processes, systems and organizations to eliminate wasted time, materials and essential resources. Learn More

  • BS/BA Dual Degree
  • 147 Credits
  • ## Statistic
  • $##K Avg. Starting Salary

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ENGR 101 Introduction to Engineering

Students work in small teams to solve open-ended interdisciplinary design problems.

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ISYE 450 Manufacturing Systems

Learn the principles of manufacturing automation and automated systems analysis, covering topics like robotics, computer vision and material handling systems.

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BS/BA in Mechanical Engineering

Solve problems using the principles of energy, materials and mechanics — then design and build innovative solutions for life-saving medical devices or fuel efficient vehicles. Learn More

  • BS/BA Dual Degree
  • 147 Credits
  • 87% Job Placement Rate
  • $67K Avg. Starting Salary

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ENGR 101 Introduction to Engineering

Students work in small teams to solve open-ended interdisciplinary design problems.

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MENG 300 Applied Thermodymanics

Laws of thermodynamics to gas and vapor power cycles, mixtures of gases and vapors, and refrigeration cycles.

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MENG 380 Kinematics and Design of Machinery

Explore the mechanism synthesis techniques for function, motion, path generators and design applications.

BA in Computer Science

Solve problems using the principles of energy, materials and mechanics — then design and build innovative solutions for life-saving medical devices or fuel efficient vehicles. Learn More

MS in Cyber Security Engineering

Solve problems using the principles of energy, materials and mechanics — then design and build innovative solutions for life-saving medical devices or fuel efficient vehicles. Learn More

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