Engineering: Turning Ideas into Reality!
Engineers apply mathematics, science and experience to create new machines, devices, systems, structures, materials and processes that have never existed before. Engineering students learn to identify, formulate, and solve math, science, and engineering problems; to design and conduct experiments, and to analyze and interpret data.
A baccalaureate degree in engineering is the entry point into professional engineering practice. Engineers work for public or private entities in civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and computer engineering. Baccalaureate engineers also go on to earn advanced graduate degrees (Master’s and PhD) in all engineering fields.
Engineering Faculty Contact
Larry Owens, Ph.D. | (559) 730-3893 | firstname.lastname@example.org
John Muir: 226 | Visalia Campus
Mathematics and Engineering Division Chair
Matt Bourez | (559) 688-3121 | email@example.com
Tulare Center Building B: B108 | Tulare Campus
Dean of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Engineering
Francisco Banuelos | (559) 730-3942 | firstname.lastname@example.org
John Muir: 133 | Visalia Campus
For a complete list of courses and descriptions visit: COURSES