Department Head: Dr. Jodi Reeves
An engineering bachelor's degree can open up opportunities in exciting new fields, as well as in interesting established fields like the Department of Homeland Security. The growing use of wireless technologies means the need for qualified wireless communications engineers will grow as well, and a variety of industries are increasingly employing environmental engineers to ensure safe drinking water, maintain air quality, and control pollution.
The National University Department of Applied Engineering undergraduate engineering degree will provide you with the opportunity to advance your education in these critical areas and to become an ethical practitioner and professional. All of our programs are grounded in chemistry, physics, and mathematics to provide you with a solid foundation that will last a lifetime.