Students at Catholic University’s School of Engineering hone analytical and technical skills as they work towards undergraduate and graduate degrees that prepare them for fulfilling careers and lifetimes of applying their creativity and knowledge to improve the world.
We pride ourselves on being a small, private, Catholic engineering school with a personal touch, thanks to our dedication to teaching, our small class sizes, and close interaction between faculty and students. The School of Engineering building features state-of-the-art computer laboratories and smart technology classrooms to support innovative teaching.
At the undergraduate level, students build on a foundation of mathematics and science with core courses in engineering fundamentals, advanced courses and laboratories specific to their major, electives to tailor their education to their interests, and capstone design projects to apply what they have learned. Graduate students benefit from more intensified training, including opportunities for teaching and research assistantships. Students in any one of our Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate degree programs are instilled with a Catholic mind for engineering, giving our students a comprehensive and ethical approach to science and technological development.