These are exciting times for Engineering at A-State! Our undergraduate enrollment is increasing, we are expanding our research, and we’ll be building a research-based graduate program in the near future.
Our engineering programs are recognized regionally and nationally for their academic excellence and unique educational experience. We believe in promoting excellence in engineering education with emphasis on teaching, mentoring, and student learning.
Challenge ready graduates
Engineering continues to evolve to meet the demanding challenges in the 21st century. Major strengths of the programs are the significant amount of student-faculty interaction, small class sizes, open-door policy of faculty, and the camaraderie of their fellow students. We are among the few engineering programs that offer a truly multidisciplinary approach that prepares graduates for the work environment that exists today.
All undergraduate engineering programs (civil, electrical, mechanical, and general) are accredited by ABET, an organization that accredits university programs in the disciplines of applied science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology.
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Braden Reed of Carlisle, was presented The Chancellor’s Scholar Award as well as the 4.0 Scholar Award at the Convocation of Scholars Honors Banquet for Engineering Programs on April 2, 2018. The Chancellor’s Scholar is presented to the graduating senior with the highest overall grade point average for the academic year and the 4.0 Scholar Award is presented to all students graduating with a 4.0 and a minimum of 60 credit hours earned at A-State.