Department of Engineering

The field of engineering requires problem-solvers to find solutions to challenges facing society. The Department of Engineering produces successful engineers in five specialty areas of the field, each providing an industry-relevant education enhanced with laboratory learning, internships, and co-op programs.

The department’s Learning Factory provides students with hands-on experience in design, testing, and manufacturing processes and equipment. This industrial-grade facility allows students to take a product from concept to reality using cutting-edge technology.

Undergraduate programs (Bachelor of Science in Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering) within the department are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org.

Mission Statement

The Department of Engineering will graduate students prepared in specialty areas of Engineering with a contemporary industry-relevant education that is enhanced with: experiential learning in laboratories, internships/co-op programs, skills for business success, skills for professional communication and practice of life-long learning.

Programs degree availability
Academic Program - Certificate
Advanced Additive Manufacturing Graduate Certificate Available - On Campus
Manufacturing Engineering Graduate Certificate Available - On Campus Available - Downtown
Academic Program - Undergraduate
Engineering B.S. (Biomedical concentration) B.S. Available - On Campus
Engineering B.S. (Industrial concentration) B.S. Available - On Campus
Engineering B.S. (Mechanical concentration) B.S. Available - On Campus
Engineering B.S. (Software concentration) B.S. Available - On Campus
Manufacturing Engineering B.S. B.S. Available - On Campus
Academic Program - Graduate
Engineering Management M.S. M.S. Available - On Campus Available - Online
Healthcare Systems Engineering M.S. M.S. Available - Online

Department Head

joo, won
Won Joo, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical implant and device development, materials science and engineering