Undergraduate Degrees

Have you ever wished you could build your own degree plan? Now you can.

This degree offers an multidisciplinary learning environment that combines courses and experiences in civil, mechanical and electrical engineering, as well as courses in architectural and construction science disciplines.

Combined Degrees

Earn a Bachelor of Science in interdisciplinary engineering and a Juris Doctor degree from the School of Law in six years.

Earn a Bachelor of Science in interdisciplinary engineering and a Master of Public Health in five years.

Students who graduate from EnMed will earn their Doctor of Medicine from the College of Medicine and their Master of Engineering in Engineering from the College of Engineering in four years.

Minors

All students who enroll in this minor will acquire a basic understanding of programming, and a firmly grounded understanding of cybersecurity, to include cyber ethics.

This engineering minor was created for non-engineering majors to learn about the concepts of engineering, design, analysis and the application of engineering principles.

The Engineering Project Management minor provides a fundamental understanding of project management theory and helps students understand the roles and responsibility of the engineering project manager.

Remote Campuses

This degree plan combines the traditional fields of industrial and systems engineering and mechanical engineering, preparing you for a career in manufacturing.

This degree plan combines the traditional fields of electrical engineering and mechanical engineering, preparing you for a career in robotics.

This Engineering for Marine Environments track will allow you to gain a deeper understanding of geohazards that exist beneath the surface of the ocean.

The Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Engineering with a Specialization in Automotive Engineering combines the traditional fields of mechanical engineering and electrical engineering, preparing you for a career in automotive and other modes of transportation.