The General Engineering degree at Saint Francis University provides broad exposure to experimental design, problem solving, teamwork, science, programming and math--skills highly sought in every engineering discipline.
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Full-scale engineering programs, complete with advanced labs, have traditionally been the domain of large research institutions. A small liberal arts school with a robust engineering department is a unique find. Here you can have the benefits of a large research university program in a more personalized setting.
The General Engineering degree is a 4-year bachelor of science degree focused on broad application of engineering fundamentals with particular focus on problem solving and analytical
Students are provided:
Our faculty members bring strong academic credentials to the classroom coupled with experience in authentic field projects and research to give you a hands-on experience that translate to real-world skills.
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The General Engineering program will seek accreditation by ABET, www.abet.org, following graduation of its first class in the Spring of 2020 (the earliest opportunity). The university's Environmental Engineering program has achieved ABET-Accreditation.
Each student will have demonstrated the proficiency in the following outcomes upon graduation with a Bachelor of Science in General Engineering by showing:
world experience is the hallmark of engineering at SFU. In our
program you will learn to use math and science to solve some of the most
important problems facing society today and we believe that you should start
putting your skills to good use even before you graduate. Our students design
projects for class, work through paid internships and summer research, and
conduct engineering service both here in Pennsylvania and abroad.
General Engineering major provides great flexibility of career choices and
Graduates from the general engineering
program are in particular generalists with a depth of preparation in mathematics, computer science and fundamental engineering along with excellent technical and creative problem solving skills which enables
their entry into almost any engineering discipline. As in all engineering disciplines,
internships and/or research experiences are encouraged.
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