Students prepare for careers devoted to engineering biochemical processes which will yield useful products. Graduates of this program will apply their knowledge to developing solutions to problems associated with bio-medicine, pharmaceutical, bio-refinery and bio-environmental systems.
Computer Systems Engineering
Graduates of the Computer Systems Engineering program will be prepared for careers in telecommunications, computer-human interactions (example: speech recognition), decision-making (example industries: financial, health care), and networking, where the engineer is needed to increase the efficiency and overall effectiveness of computer systems.
Graduates of the Environmental Engineering program will be prepared for careers devoted to developing solutions to problems associated with the environment. The Environmental Engineering program will educate students to be technically proficient, with the ability to understand how their technical skills apply in the larger world beyond engineering. A strong emphasis will be placed on using real world, service learning projects to gain experience in engineering. Students with this degree can work for engineering and/or environmental consulting firms, industries wishing to develop cleaner and more efficient processes or governmental agencies.