Be an agent of change.
Engineers are the agents of change in almost all aspects of our society. They make it possible for us to communicate, travel, and harness and efficiently use energy supplies. An engineering education at Walla Walla University can be your first step toward this challenging and rewarding career.
WWU's Edward F. Cross School of Engineering is recognized as one of the finest in the nation. An ABET accredited program since 1971 offers a baccalaureate degree in engineering with concentrations in Civil, Computer, Electrical, and Mechanical. An interdisciplinary program is also offered with the Department of Biological Sciences in BioEngineering.
In addition, a certificate program is offered in Global Humanitarian Engineering Emphasis (GHEE).
By design, our program is highly personal and intensely interactive. Professors will challenge you in rigorous classes; yet provide the support you need to succeed. WWU faculty recognize engineering as a socially responsible profession. By example, they encourage a commitment to Christian principles in both the personal and professional arena.
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