Course Summary

Course Description

The mission of the College of Engineering is to provide programs that are effectively responsive to regional aspirations and that address the needs and the changing characteristics of the leading-edge engineers of the future. The College aims to educate students prepared to apply technology for the betterment of society and to serve as global change agents for the future. Rowan University also recognizes that the College of Engineering will aid in the economic and cultural development of southern New Jersey, while generating opportunities for its diverse graduates in local, national and international industries.

Programs Offered
The College of Engineering has four programs leading to bachelor of science degrees in chemical, civil, electrical and computer, and mechanical engineering. A concentration in bioengineering is available, which allows students to study this broad and interdisciplinary field related to areas of established and emerging biotechnologies and biosciences. A GPA in the major of 2.0 or greater is required for graduation from all undergraduate programs. The undergraduate programs include technology focus areas throughout the curricula. The technology areas are monitored continuously to maintain a leading edge as technology advances. The flexibility inherent in this approach allows the College to respond quickly to changes in technology, and to be responsive to the needs of students, the region, industry, and the profession.

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