The Department of Engineering includes:



Students will acquire a solid base in engineering fundamentals in order to prepare for further study in biomedical,
civil, chemical, electrical or mechanical engineering, or even science, mathematics or law.  They may earn an Associate of Pre-Engineering (APE) or be able to transfer their WSU credits.


Electrical Engineering (formerly Electronics Engineering)

Students will gain the skills to design electrical circuits for use in applications such as automation, avionics,
communication, computer, measurement and renewable energy systems. They will earn an Electrical
Engineering BS Degree
 (EE) and thus be in high demand for careers with companies like Hill Air Force Base,
Northrop Grumman, L3 Communications, IM Flash Technologies, ATK, Boeing, etc.