Bachelors in Engineering (4 Years)
• Bachelor Civil Engineering (B.S.C.E)
• Bachelor Electrical Engineering (B.S.E.E)
• Bachelor Mechanical Engineering (B.S.M.E)
• Bachelor Chemical Engineering
• Bachelor Engineering Management
The Engineering Program prepares students for successful professional careers in engineering at the local, regional and global levels. The Program is designed to ensure excellence in multiple technical areas within the broad field of engineering, while emphasizing the role of general education, ethical and social responsibility, and life-long learning in the personal and professional growth of future engineers.
• Pursue successful careers in engineering or related disciplines, by building upon the professional skills acquired
during their undergraduate studies.
• Engage in further education through graduate studies, professional licensure, technical training, or similar
continuing education activities.
• Demonstrate social and ethical responsibility through personal and professional contributions to society.
• Utilize effective written and oral communication skills and teamwork abilities to succeed in multi-cultural
• Promote professional practice by providing opportunities for training, placement, professional development,
Engineering graduates will demonstrate…
• Proficiency in both basic and applied aspects of differential calculus, physics, probability and statistics, chemistry, and biology.
• Thorough familiarity with the analytical and quantitative skills needed to identify and solve engineering related problems, and to analyze and interpret data.
• A strong technical knowledge in structural, geotechnical, transportation, environmental and water resources engineering.
• An ability to conduct laboratory and field experiments, evaluate material properties, and design engineering systems and processes using traditional methods, modern tools, and software.
• An aptitude to work effectively on teams in both intra-disciplinary and cross-disciplinary settings.
• Competency in professional writing, oral communication, graphic presentation, project documentation, and construction project management.
• An understanding of ethical and professional issues and the role of professional licensure in engineering practice.
• Recognition of the non-technical constraints on engineering systems and processes, including economic, political, social, and environmental factors.
• An awareness of current issues in engineering and an appreciation for professional development through educational experiences outside the classroom.