The oldest of the engineering disciplines, evidence of civil engineering can be found in the ruins of civilizations from as early as 4000 B.C. Examples of civil engineering projects include: buildings, bridges and foundations to highway systems, railways, airports and more.
Environmental engineers design and construct water treatment facilities, wastewater collection and treatment plants, solid and hazardous waste treatment and disposal facilities.
Computational Modeling and Simulation Engineering applies graphs, animations or virtual reality to real-world situations and tasks within a variety of areas such as medical & healthcare, human & autonomous behaviors, cybersecurity, transportation and serious gaming.
The foundational and elective courses in electrical and computer engineering allow our students to pursue emphasis areas such as cyber-physical systems (communications, computer networks, controls, cybersecurity, digital systems, power systems, signal and image processing), solid-state & physical electronics (microelectronics, power electronics, photo-voltaic, plasma, material science) and medical/biological systems (bioelectrics, brain-computer interfaces, medical imaging).
Engineering Management focuses on improving the management of engineering and the operation of technology-based enterprises.
Systems Engineering is the discipline that designs, develops, deploys and manages engineered networks in many cutting-edge areas, such as Internet-of-Things, SmartGrids and cybersecurity.
Engineering Technology education focuses primarily on analyzing, applying, implementing and improving existing technologies and is aimed at preparing graduates for practice in the product design, development, improvement, manufacturing, and support.
Mechanical engineering disciples include a broad range of activities and functions. From design, manufacture and operations to components, devices and systems.
Aerospace engineers design, analyze, model, simulate, and test aircrafts, spacecraft, satellites, missiles, rockets, and drones.