Engineering


Program Coordinator: Prof. Howard Silver

Engineering has been defined as the art of applying the principles of mathematics and science, experience, judgment and common sense to make things which benefit people. In other words, engineering is the process of supplying a technical product to meet a specific need.

Engineers have many different kinds of jobs to choose from -- research, design, analysis, development, testing and sales. If you are interested in discovering new knowledge, consider a career as a research engineer. If you are imaginative and creative, design engineering may be for you. If you like laboratory work, test engineering might be the answer. If you like to manage projects, look into becoming a development engineer. Sales engineering could be a good choice if you are persuasive and like working with people.

Undergraduate programs offered in Engineering

B.S.E.E. (Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering)

B.S.C.E. (Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering)

Graduate programs offered in Engineering

M.S.E.E. (Master of Science in Electrical Engineering)

Online MSEE program (Master of Science in Electrical Engineering)

M.S.C.E. (Master of Science in Computer Engineering)

Combined Five-Year Programs in Engineering

B.S.E.E / M.S.E.E (Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering / Master of Science in Electrical Engineering)

B.S.E.E / M.S.C.E. (Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering / Master of Science in Computer Engineering)

For more information about the Engineering programs, please contact

Prof. Howard Silver
Voice: 201-692-2830
E-mail: silver@fdu.edu