Total Enrollment: 398 Students
- Mechanical Engineering: 125
- Computer Science: 92
- Civil Engineering: 64
- Software Engineering: 39
- Industrial Engineering: 32
- MS in Cybersecurity: 26
- Engineering undeclared: 20
As of Fall 2020, the School of Engineering enrolled a total of 398 students across 7 programs. The School of Engineering also offers a graduate program, MS in Cybersecurity.
Quinnipiac’s School of Engineering professors are committed to the personal and professional success of every student. While they are passionate scholars, accomplished in their own fields, their number one priority is teaching. Small class sizes, professors who are approachable and a close-knit community create the kind of supportive, enriching environment that is rare. Our faculty members are personally invested in seeking ways to help students develop into strong, certified, leading professionals.
Our students master the same industry-leading technology and equipment utilized in the field by practicing engineers of all backgrounds. Our interactive classrooms, labs and workshops include:
According to data collected in 2020, the School of Engineering has a success rate of 100% with an 82% knowledge rate. 91% of graduates are employed and 9% of graduates currently attend graduate school.
Our academic offerings track closely with 21st-century careers. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Outlook Handbook, all of our degree programs are in fields having the top 50 projected number of new jobs.
Our graduates continue to lead the way in the most critical engineering fields and have found success at prestigious companies.
Our Living-Learning Community (LLC) offers the opportunity for first-year students to live and engage in a community of like-minded peers. Bolstered by mentorship from faculty and staff, this community provides a strong foundation for students to develop — both academically and personally — into professionals, leaders, citizens and lifelong learners.
This unique living environment brings engineering and computer science to life outside the classroom and assists in the transition from high school student to successful college student.
The field of engineering is nuanced and made up of many specialties and subfields. Choosing a specialty is easy for some students and a little more difficult for others. That’s why we offer a course to introduce students to the varied engineering careers: The World of an Engineer. This hands-on class gives you the opportunity to explore elements of each program we offer — mechanical, civil, industrial and software — to get a full sense of which one is right for you.
Our mechanical, civil, industrial and software engineering programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org, which means they meet the highest standards of engineering education in the country. Through exposure to existing and emerging technologies, interdisciplinary projects and innovative practices, we prepare our graduates to lead the way in the most critical engineering fields. Our graduates also learn to anticipate the many needs of a growing society and how to fulfill them with the highest standards of quality, safety and precision.
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