About the College

About the College

Globally competitive, locally engaged. We offer an education that can take you anywhere and programs that serve the state of Nevada. 

About the College of Engineering

There's never been a better time to be an engineer in Nevada. Our state is taking bold steps to reinvent itself as a high-tech hub, and the College of Engineering plays a critical role in educating the students and supporting the research that will make that vision a reality. 

 

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Our vision is to be nationally recognized as a leading institution in our class. We seek to be known for the quality of our education programs, our cutting-edge discoveries, our ability to transfer these innovative technologies, and the collegiality and inclusiveness of our faculty, students and staff.

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What we offer

Globally competitive education

Engineering is a global field, and we offer an education that allows our graduates to collaborate and compete around the world. We offer ABET-accredited degree programs, international exchange programs and high-quality research opportunities to prepare our graduates for a constantly evolving world of opportunities. 

Innovative research

We aim to become a catalyst for Nevada's economic diversification through our high-impact research programs. Our faculty are pioneering thinkers, pushing the boundaries of science and technology and developing innovative solutions to the most pressing issues of our time.

High-quality outreach

Educating engineers doesn't start in college. Our efforts to educate Nevada's technologically advanced workforce begins in elementary schools, with our K-12 outreach program.  Our vision for economic diversification and development is very much related to a well-planned, systematic outreach effort that prepares students to arrive at college academically prepared for -- and excited about -- studying engineering.

At a Glance

2,681 Undergraduate Students
Students in the Knowledge Center
278 Graduate Students
Dhanesh Chandra and a graduate student
16 Faculty Career Award Winners
Monical Nicolescu and a graduate student
$13.6 million Research expenditures in FY 2018
Shamik Sengupta