Undergraduate Degrees

Chemical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
 

Chemical Engineers hold positions in operation, development, design, construction, and management of chemical, environmental, life-science, materials, and other industrial plants.

 
 
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
 

Civil engineering embraces a wide variety of technolgical areas. These include environmental engineering, hydrotechnical engineering, geotechnical engineering, transportation engineering, and structural engineering.

Dual Civil and Mining Engineering Degrees
 

Students can simultaneously pursue B.S. degrees in Civil Engineering and Mining Engineering by completing additional courses. The dual degrees offer students an opportunity to become prepared for entry in both the infrastructure and energy markets. The dual degree program requires satisfactory completion of 158 credit hours.

 
Industrial and Management Systems Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
 

Industrial engineering is the discipline of engineering concerned with the design, improvement, and installation of integrated systems of people, material, information, equipment, and energy.

 
 
Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Biometric Systems
 
Dual Bachelor of Science in Biometric Systems and Computer Engineering
 
Dual Bachelor of Science in Biometric Systems and Electrical Engineering
 
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
 
Dual Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Computer Engineering
 
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
 
Dual Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering
 
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
 
 
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering
 

Aerospace engineering is involved with the science and technology of advanced vehicles, including aircraft, rockets, missiles, and spacecraft.

Dual Bachelor of Science in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
 

Students can simultaneously pursue B.S. degrees in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanical Engineering by completing several additional courses.

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
 

Mechanical engineering integrates knowledge of the physical sciences and mathematics for the design, construction, and manufacture, testing, analysis, use, and operation of a device, structure, a machine, a process, or a system in service to mankind.

 
 
Mining Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering (2005 or later)
 

Mining engineering deals with discovering, extracting, beneficiating, marketing, and utilizing mineral deposits from the earth's crust.

Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering and Civil & Environmental Engineering Dual Degree
 
Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering and Civil Engineering/TEC 4 + 1 Program
 
Bachelor Science in Mining Engineering and Geology Dual Degree
 
Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering (2004 or earlier)
 
 
 
Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering
 

Upon making the decision to further your career as a Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineer, you will have one of the best opportunities to obtain the skills necessary for lifelong success.