Union University

Department of Engineering

Department of Engineering

Union University's engineering program will prepare you to perform on the cutting edge from conceptual and planning stages to the design, manufacturing, construction, operation, and management of projects. The program will not only prepare you with a sound technical base that will make licensure as a professional engineer achievable but will also educate you with a distinctive liberal arts orientation that integrates faith and learning. READ MORE

Union offers a bachelor of science degree in engineering with elective emphasis in mechanical or electrical engineering. The curriculum will prepare graduates for the practice of engineering at the professional level. There are 61 students enrolled in the BSE program at Union University for the 2013-14 academic year, and we expect to have 10 graduates in May of 2014.

Union provides students with a strong background in the physical sciences and mathematics, as well as the fundamental humanities, giving them a well-rounded education. Incoming students are expected to have completed the necessary requirements to begin mathematics at the level of calculus. Ideally, engineering students will have been introduced to calculus during high school. All courses in the program are designed to fully prepare students for engineering careers.

Program Objectives

  • Graduates will make contributions through engineering practice, graduate school, or other professional pursuits.
  • Graduates will solve problems through inventive thinking.
  • Graduates will participate in continuing education.
  • Graduates will exemplify Christian principles and ethical standards.

Faculty

Programs of Study

Please see the Academic Catalogue descriptions for more details and a listing of minors.

Student Organizations

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2/27/15 - John Klonowski, visiting assistant professor of theater, checks out a class project from the engineering department during a reception celebrating National Engineering Week. - Kristi McMurry Woody
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John Klonowski, visiting assistant professor of theater, checks out a class project from the engineering department during a reception celebrating National Engineering Week. - Kristi McMurry Woody

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2/27/15 - Students and faculty members from various departments mingle and enjoy snacks at a reception celebrating National Engineering Week.  - Kristi McMurry Woody
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Students and faculty members from various departments mingle and enjoy snacks at a reception celebrating National Engineering Week. - Kristi McMurry Woody

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2/27/15 - Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, chats with Jeannette Russ, professor of engineering and department chair, during a reception celebrating National Engineering Week.  - Kristi McMurry Woody
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Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, chats with Jeannette Russ, professor of engineering and department chair, during a reception celebrating National Engineering Week. - Kristi McMurry Woody

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2/27/15 - An engineering student demonstrates a class project to Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, during a reception for National Engineering Week. - Kristi McMurry Woody
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An engineering student demonstrates a class project to Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, during a reception for National Engineering Week. - Kristi McMurry Woody

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Contact Information
Course Schedules
Undergraduate Catalogues (.pdf)
Undergraduate Areas of Study
  • Engineering-Electrical Concentration
  • Engineering-Mechanical Concentration

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