Engineers are innovators whose designs enhance peoples lives. Students learn how to utilize mathematics, science, and technology to develop new devices, services, and systems with optimal use of resources, from an initial concept to a final product. Engineering innovations include computers, vehicles, robots, artificial heart valves, spacecraft, and smart phones.
Students are prepared for engineering careers and leadership roles by way of B.S.E. and M.S.E. degree programs that integrate academic studies with hands-on learning and paid professional co-op experiences in engineering companies.
- Computer engineering
- Electrical engineering
- Interdisciplinary engineering
- Mechanical engineering
- Product design and manufacturing engineering
Why Study Engineering at Grand Valley?
- Personal attention by award winning and caring faculty in all courses and laboratories in our student-oriented, teaching-focused nurturing learning environment.
- Extensive hands-on and project-based learning supported by our student-focused, state-of-the-art teaching, laboratory, and project facilities in programs accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, abet.org/.
- Three semesters of paid cooperative-education work experience prior to graduation in recognized domestic and international engineering companies.
- Tremendous support from our industrial partners who fund many engineering scholarships.
- Biomedical engineering minor available.
- A nearly 100-percent placement rate into work or graduate school for our graduates. Study/work abroad available.
- A combined bachelors/masters program that allows high-achieving students to complete both the B.S.E. and the M.S.E. in as little as five calendar years.
For More InformationSchool of Engineering
136 Kennedy Hall
Location & FormatFace to face courses are scheduled during the day and are offered at Grand Valley's Allendale Campus.
- Location: Allendale
- Format: Face To Face
A degree in engineering involves coursework in:
- Computer aided design
- Computer programming
- Cooperative education
- Your chosen major
The following are just a few career options for engineers:
- Biomedical engineer
- Computer engineer
- Design engineer
- Digital systems engineer
- Electrical engineer
- Energy engineer
- Manufacturing engineer
- Mechanical engineer
“I can directly attribute my success now to the education I got in the School of Engineering.”
FOUNDER AND OWNER OF MAGNUM ENGINEERING