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Discover GCU's Engineering Degrees

Engineering majors at GCU are for motivated individuals with a talent for math and science and a desire to serve others through their work. Our programs offer hands-on labs and industry-driven capstone projects, giving you the opportunity to use your creativity and problem-solving skills to create effective solutions. If your goal is to design, develop, test and/or supervise the manufacturing of new products, then one of our engineering degrees may be a great fit.

There is no better place to earn an engineering bachelor's degree than at GCU. From new classroom buildings to state-of-the-art facilities, GCU is the perfect place to call home while studying for one of the most dynamic and fastest-growing fields of our future.

Lopes Lab

Collaborate with others and create concept models in this on-campus makerspace, featuring 3D printers, a small CNC router and a laser cutter/engraver.

Transport Phenomena Lab

Learn about utilizing a piping system, including fluid flow, heat transfer and mass transfer, in this lab.

Computer-Aided Engineering Lab

Discover how to design in 3D, lay out drawings and simulate conditions to arrive at potential engineering solutions.

Mechanical Materials Lab

Determine material properties for appropriate design selections by testing, analyzing and evaluating different materials.

Electrical Materials Lab

Explore electrical materials using electron and atomic force microscopes and learn how molecular properties impact product.

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Dynamics Lab

Apply physics concepts to complex real-world situations by using static boards, pulley systems and other tools.

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Bachelor of Science in Engineering

The Bachelor of Science in Engineering is for those who want to gain an understanding across engineering disciplines and business principles to provide solutions.

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

Consider a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering if you are passionate about the study of electronics, circuits, signals and electrical power systems.

Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering

GCU's Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering prepares you for a dynamic career designing and building medical devices and delivering health-related solutions.

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

If you desire to create, design and manufacture mechanical devices from micro-sized to large systems, then explore the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.

Bachelor of Science in Engineering: Robotics

The Bachelor of Science in Engineering with an Emphasis in Robotics is for those who are interested in the study and design of robots to perform helpful tasks.

To support our growing number of STEM students, GCU has opened the doors to a STEM classroom building and an engineering building, featuring state-of-the-art equipment and shops. You can access these labs from day one as a freshman, giving you an opportunity to bring your ideas to life. Here are just a few of our dynamic workspaces:

GCU's Engineering Technology Degrees

Engineering technologists play a vital role in the production process by executing the ideas of engineers and carrying out their vision. They work closely with engineers to bring ideas to life and often work in a production environment to address issues and create solutions. If you are motivated by building products and desire to work hands-on with tools, machinery, equipment, products and testing, you may want to explore a degree in engineering technology.

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology

The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology prepares you with hands-on training and industry knowledge to work with electrical systems.

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology

If you are looking to help design, build and maintain advanced machinery, learn more about the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology.

University Accreditation

GCU has continually earned regional accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and its predecessor since 1968.

College of Science, Engineering and Technology

GCU's College of Science, Engineering and Technology offers a premier educational experience with relevant curricula designed to prepare you for a career in a STEM field. As one of the growing engineering universities in Arizona, our curriculum changes to adapt to new developments in STEM industries. We teach students to foster traits in collaboration, creativity as well as ethical and social awareness to create competitive graduates for the workforce.

“At GCU the focus is on the students. The faculty and staff work with the students through both their personal and academic lives. I appreciate that I can come to any professor with an idea and they are willing and excited to help. Many of my engineering professors have even put me in contact with professionals working in the field, I can reach out to them and get their thoughts on a project I’m working on. The best aspect of my program is that it is so hands-on. You take the concepts you learn in class and can apply them immediately in the workshops.” 

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Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering

The Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering program teaches students how to use state-of-the-art computer science practices and technologies to find solutions for complex software systems.

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