Quinnipiac is offering engineering programs in four of the fastest growing fields. Students are eager to tackle some of society’s most pressing problems with engineering know-how.
Rewarding Home Work
Quinnipiac students spent a week hammering, drilling and hanging drywall at Habitat for Humanity sites in three states. Their work helped to strengthen homes, communities and their own personal and professional skills.
As Commencement approaches, graduating seniors can look back at the pivotal moments during their time at Quinnipiac—the conversations, travels and new friendships—that brought clarity to the uncertain horizon they encountered when they first arrived on campus and vision for the one ahead.
Learn more about our facilities within Tator Hall and the Center for Communications and Engineering on the Mount Carmel Campus.
Learning by Doing
Our engineering facilities consist of several unique classrooms and learning workshops, from a laser cutter workshop and network systems and security classroom, to a biomedical engineering workshops. We give you the opportunities to learn about concepts in a hands-on environment so you can engineer a brighter future outside of the classroom.