Outcomes

Quinnipiac University student Tim Clifton powers his electro-acoustic guitar with a DC multi-output power supply circuit built with his brother Connor Clifton for their final project for their circuits lab with Professor Jose Riofrio Thursday, April 28, 2016 in the School of Engineering. Students were tasked with designing and building the power supply to provide DC power to multiple components.

Engineered harmonies

Engineering student Tim Clifton powers his electro-acoustic guitar with a DC multi-output power supply circuit built with his brother, Connor Clifton, as their final project for their circuits lab with Professor Jose Riofrio.

Building a successful future

Being a mechanical engineering major isn’t about just envisioning the future; it’s about building it. Tim Clifton ’17 hopes to one day advance America’s military technology using the skills he is developing in our classrooms. So far, he has designed and built a prototype of a power supply circuit that he hopes to patent someday. “The best years of my life have been spent at this University."

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Life after Quinnipiac

Our engineering education is based in theory, but enhanced by practical experience, from class projects to internships that usually start the summer after sophomore year.  So whether you want to build bridges or databases, we’ll help you develop the technical, professional and leadership skills you’ll need to join the growing ranks of our successful alumni.  

"Talk to your professors and tell them what you're interested in doing. If you show genuine interest and willingness to work hard, there will always be an opportunity."
Jonathan Gelfuso
Mechanical Engineering, Class of 2016

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Percentage of the inaugural class of 2016 that was employed or in a advanced degree program within three months of graduation.

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