The Shiley School of Engineering prepares engineers and computer scientists to solve technical problems that affect society. The School offers undergraduate degrees in civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering, as well as computer science. Graduate degrees are offered in engineering and biomedical engineering. Coursework and projects emphasize teamwork, experimentation, and innovation integrated with theory, analysis, and design to prepare students to become technological leaders in the 21st century.
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Sharon A. Jones, PhD, PE, BCEE, Dean
"Our focus is to prepare engineers and computer scientists to solve technical problems that affect society. You are prepared to tackle these complex technical challenges because your program of study includes both the technical fundamentals as well as the breadth of the liberal arts, and faculty and staff who are dedicated to providing you with the best education possible."