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The foundation of the College of Engineering is our 10 undergraduate degree programs, an option of study and a concentration.

Aerospace Engineering provides background in aerodynamics, aircraft structures and flight dynamics and controls.

Architectural Engineering emphasizes planning, design, construction and maintenance of buildings, focusing on how a building works.

Chemical Engineering applies economics, chemistry, biology, physics and mathematics to the design and operation of processes and to the research and development of new materials, processes and systems that result in clean-energy production and medical applications.

Civil Engineering enhances human welfare and the environment through design, construction and maintenance of sustainable infrastructure for cities and communities.

Computer Engineering, an option of study in electrical engineering, gives students a broad knowledge of the software and hardware components of modern computing systems, detailed computer-systems design and the role of computer systems in various engineering disciplines.

Computer Science students not only design, implement, test and maintain individual software applications but also develop and manage larger systems that integrate a wide range of components.

Construction Engineering melds civil engineering design with construction management and business to provide more effective, efficient, safe and sustainable solutions to each and every unique project.

Electrical Engineering applies mathematics and sciences along with electrical and electronic technologies to meet the needs of society.

Environmental Engineering uses the principles of engineering, geological sciences, biology and chemistry to develop solutions to today’s environmental problems.

Mechanical Engineering encompasses the design, analysis, testing and manufacture of products used in every facet of modern society. Mechanical engineers design components, machines, systems and processes.

Metallurgical Engineering exposes students to sophisticated equipment and computer technology in applications ranging from the processing of liquid metals to micro-electronic devices and also teaches basic structures, properties and processing of materials.

Software Engineering a concentration in computer science, teaches in-depth knowledge about human computer interaction, software design, project management, verification and validation, maintenance, evolution and web-based systems.

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If you have question about which program is best for you, contact Greg Singleton.