capabilities statement


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Program Offerings

The College of Engineering provides students with technological skills and opportunities that stimulate professional, educational, and personal growth. The college provides this growth through a diverse faculty and staff that is committed to teaching, research, and service. Students are encouraged to participate in laboratory research and cooperative education programs that enhance career confidence. They also are encouraged to participate in ongoing research with faculty members that contribute to engineering innovations. The college maintains an atmosphere that enhances the student's ability to achieve the optimum learning experience.

Undergraduate program offerings in the college consist of four-year programs in civil engineering, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering leading to a Bachelor of Science degree. In addition, a four-year program is offered in electronics engineering technology leading to a Bachelor of Science degree. Through the Department of Chemistry, students may pursue a dual degree in chemistry and chemical engineering in collaboration with Louisiana State University.

Graduate program offering consist of a Master of Engineering program with three specialty areas; a Letter of Intent has been submitted for a Corroborative PhD degree program in Materials Science and Engineering.   The Master of Engineering specialty areas are:

·       Materials Science and Engineering

·       Sustainable Engineering Systems

·       Engineering Management

The civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET Inc.


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