School of Engineering and Computer Science (ENCS)

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Reach your goals in a high-demand field

Our graduates get more than a great education. They get hands-on experience working in well-equipped laboratories and classrooms. They learn to think analytically. And they have the opportunity to help advance the frontiers of knowledge and technology by working one-to-one with faculty members on innovative research.

Our alumni are software engineers; computer and information systems managers; electrical engineers working on micro- and nanoscale devices; mechanical engineers involved in product design, manufacturing and robotics; and many other engineering and computer science-related positions.

Teaching and research

The School of Engineering and Computer Science offers three Bachelor of Science degrees and two Master of Science degrees. Our undergraduate programs are ABET-accredited.

Our degrees

In addition to teaching, faculty conduct research sponsored by industry and government agencies, such as wireless sensor networks, software architecture and design analysis, and haptic interfaces for virtual reality. Undergraduate courses benefit from this research through examples, case studies and projects.


Contact us

For more information, email us or call 360-546-9639.