The profession of engineering resides in the intersection of technical knowledge, societal need, and creativity and innovation. Engineers use math and science as tools to create and improve structures, devices, systems, processes, and experiences.

Students who are successful in this discipline and profession enjoy problem solving and analytical thinking; are creative and think outside the box to generate solutions; like to be challenged; are drawn to applying the knowledge they gain to real-world situations; hone strong time management skills; are curious about the world around them; work well in diverse, inclusive teams and possess good communication skills; and, have a desire to make a difference in the world. 

The College of Engineering offers 15 undergraduate degrees within our 12 departments. It is important for you to learn a little about each program. While you will be drawn to more programs than others, your career will require you to work with multidisciplinary teams in many areas of engineering as well as other backgrounds. Click below to find out more about each of our departments and their respective majors.