Why Choose DU?
- Engineering courses are taught by faculty, not graduate students.
- Low student-to-faculty ratio of 15:1
- Students work in laboratory settings in all but 1 quarter of their program; applying course knowledge to real projects. Our average lab size is 20 students.
- Meaningful exposure to computer, electrical and mechanical engineering disciplines in the first 5 quarters of study BEFORE students are required to select a major.
- Students in all engineering majors jointly take both junior and senior design courses (Integration and Engineering Design, respectively), working together on multidisciplinary projects.
- Opportunity to take Law School courses.
- Option for either an MS or MBA through our five-year, dual-degree programs; saving both time and money.
- Choice of math and science electives ideal for pre-med.
Out of Classroom Experiences
- We strongly encourage students to participate in co-ops and internships.
- Our program allows and encourages students to participate in the Cherrington Study-Abroad program in the fall of their senior year.
- There are numerous undergraduate research opportunities during both the academic year and summer. The faculty of both the Mechanical & Materials and Electrical & Computer Engineering Departments are heavily involved in research and many utilize our undergraduate students. The university also supports student research experience through the Undergraduate Research Center.