Engineering & Design

The Engineering & Design Department, in the College of Science and Engineering, offers students five Bachelor of Science degrees: Electrical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Plastics & Composites Engineering, Industrial Design, and Industrial Technology-Vehicle Design. These programs place an emphasis on practical laboratory experiences, in addition to theoretical course work. Each program’s curriculum is designed with input from strong industrial advisory committees to prepare students for professional positions in industry.

Graduates of the programs have consistently been placed in positions appropriate to their field of study. Companies that employ graduates include: Alpha, Boeing, CH2M-Hill, Cypress Semiconductor, Daktronics, Fleck, Fluke, Janicki, Mentor Graphics, Microsoft, Nike, Physio-Control, PACCAR, Pro-CNC, Rane Corporation, Rothenbuhler Engineering, SpaceX, TEAGUE, Tempress, Triquest, and Universal Avionics.

Students have numerous opportunities to participate in projects and undergraduate research with faculty members. Additionally, students can choose to work on projects directly with industry partners as part of their course work.

  • Engineers Without Borders
    Engineers Without Borders Presents The Kenya Travelogue August 10, 2016
  • Outstanding Seniors 2015-16: Andrew Hollcraft (PCE), Victor Perez (EE), Jolee Nebert (ID), Kyle White (ME) and Jacob Blagg (ITVD)
  • Sophomore Industrial Design Plywood Project
  • The 2014-2015 Society of Automotive Engineers Baja Team
  • The Smart Solar Window team, made up of students from Engineering & Design, College of Business and Economics and the Chemistry Department, won a $75k grant from the EPA.
  • Sunni Schoepe, a Plastics Engineering Technology graduate, speaking at the Fall Commencement Ceremony.
  • Society of Women Engineers at Regional Conference in Seattle
  • 2016 ENGD Open House Networking Event

Upcoming Dates

Date Title Location
Sep 16 12:00pm
EE Major Applications Due
ET204