University of Southern Indiana
engineering programs

Engineering

Gain practical engineering experience that pays off in the job market.

In 2013, about two-thirds of the graduates from USI's Bachelor of Science in Engineering program had jobs waiting for them when they got their diplomas.

That's how well USI’s engineering degree will prepare you for the engineering workforce. You’ll get practical, hands-on engineering experience, while developing the professional skills and expertise that engineering firms look for.

You'll take every engineering course from experienced faculty—never from graduate students. In addition, USI’s engineering bachelor degree offers unique opportunities for you to tackle real-world engineering challenges, both in and out of the classroom. The highlights include:

  • Applied Engineering Center, an innovative facility equipped with $3.3 million of custom-made manufacturing and engineering technology. No other university engineering facility in North America has comparable equipment.

  • Center for Applied Research and Economic Development, which facilitates real world interactions between industry and students to solve real engineering problems.

  • Technology Commercialization Academy, a partnership with the U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center (Crane Division) to bring emerging technology to market.

  • Small class sizes, in which you know your professors and they know you.

  • Co-op engineering program, where you'll combine work and study with a professional engineering firm.

  • Student competition teams in a wide variety of specializations.

To find out how USI's engineering program can send you straight into an engineering job, contact USI Admission at 800-467-1965.

USI's engineering degree prepares you for management positions

While earning your engineering bachelor degree, you'll specialize in one of five engineering concentrations:

  • Mechatronics
  • Mechanical
  • Civil
  • Industrial and Manufacturing
  • Electrical and Computer

In addition to building advanced technical skills, USI's engineering program increases your marketability by teaching highly sought workplace traits such as teamwork, writing, communication and oral presentation. You'll also have the opportunity to take business and management courses to prepare you for supervisory positions.

With USI's small class sizes, you'll get plenty of one-on-one instruction and develop strong relationships with your engineering professors. The Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE) is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

Contact USI Admission at 800-467-1965 to learn more about USI's engineering program.

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