COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING


The College of Engineering offers an engineering-based education that offers students exposure to a variety of technical subjects and skill sets. An engineering-based education provides great career prospects, employment security and lots of exciting areas to work in. 

Bachelor of Science in  Civil Engineering

Students studying civil engineering become expert in the planning, design, construction, maintenance and management of the physical environment that includes buildings, bridges, roads, harbors, dams, airports, coastal protection, water supply and public health. 

They also learn in the areas of structural engineering, hydraulic engineering, transportation engineering, hydrology and public health engineering, or management, construction and economics. What the civil engineers do actually contribute to modern life.  They apply their knowledge to produce efficient and economic facilities that satisfy the needs of the society. They also provide financial and technical advice, and plan and coordinate projects from concepts through to completion.


Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

If you are interested in how things work, then mechanical engineering may be the profession for you. And to put it simply, mechanical engineering deals with anything that moves. In the mechanical engineering program, you will  learn about materials, solid and fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, control, instrumentation, design, and manufacturing so that you will understand mechanical systems. 

As a mechanical engineer, you will be able to work in every type of industry - from research and development to manufacturing and operations; product design, procurement, technical sales, and management.


Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering

When you study computer engineering, you will learn concepts in computer science, engineering and mathematics. Specifically, since computer engineering involves the study of hardware, software, communications, and their relationship, you will be able to solve hardware problems and create machines that can do many tasks which computers perform. As a computer engineer, you will have the necessary knowledge that can help you design digital hardware systems including communications systems, computers, and devices that contain computers.


Bachelor of Science in  Electrical Engineering

If you enjoy sciences and mathematics, you will like and be fascinated with electrical engineering since it can provide you opportunities to solve key engineering problems. You will study the design, research, development, planning, manufacture and management of electrical systems and devices. As an electrical engineer, you will be able to work in power, robotics, manufacturing, telecommunications, transport, or transmission industries.


Bachelor of Science in  Electronics Engineering

If you want to have a professional career in electronics and telecommunications industries, the Electronics Engineering program is for you.  Electronic engineering deals with computing, computer architecture, communications technology, e-commerce, and nanotechnology.

When you study Electronics Engineering you will develop skills in modern communications principles as well as micro-electronics, fabrication, electronic design and signal processing. You will also develop sound knowledge of the relevant technologies and acquire an understanding of electronic and communication systems and the skills needed to design both components and systems.

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