Department of Engineering

At UVU We Prepare Engineers with an EDGE.

Students Who Are

 

 

 

 

Engaged in Active Learning

 

Driven to Succeed

 

Grounded in Fundamentals of Engineering

 

Experienced through Hands-on Activities

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National Science Foundation Funds $400k Grant for CET

The College of Engineering and Technology received a $400,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). $140,000 of the grant is earmarked for scholarships at UVU.

ME Student winner

Mechanical Engineering Students Win National Championship

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Degrees

Applications for admission to engineering programs are accepted until two weeks prior to the start of a new semester.

However, we encourage you to apply as early as possible.

Civil Engineering

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“I studied Civil Engineering at UVU because I felt like each professor was personally invested in my success. The small class sizes really helped me be able to work closely with professors to make sure that I understood the material in a way that prepared me for the professional field. Plus, I was able to apply what I learned to the world around me and I feel it has truly prepared me for the workplace.”

— Julie Hansen, Civil Engineering

Computer Engineering

“The Computer Engineering program at UVU has been a very fulfilling and challenging program that I am thrilled to be a part of. Not only has the program’s curriculum been effective at challenging our minds, but the program is run by competent and caring professors who will do everything in their power to ensure their students' success. I feel very fortunate to be a student in such a wonderful program and to have the opportunity to be taught by so many great and gifted minds. ”

— Mariah Bleak, Computer Engineering

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Electrical Engineering

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"In the Electrical Engineering Bachelor's program, I took some amazing classes that taught things like circuit design, industrial power, VLSI design, and machine learning. I learned several different programming languages, and a ton of math. I also took several lab classes. These were I feel I learned the most. The hands on experience gained in these classes was invaluable. My favorite projects had to be for my embedded engineering 2 class. We built a Linux computer with custom interfaces from the ground up using Verilog and simple circuits."

— Mike Zimmerman, Electrical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

“As a nontraditional student, I chose to study engineering at UVU because of the chance of pursuing a degree while still being able to work full time. The engineering department has been great in helping balance these aspects of my life. The engineering students have provided excellent collaboration during group projects. You couldn’t ask for a better group of people to deal with when it comes to technical problem solving and design.”

— Clint Farley, Mechanical Engineering