B.S. in Engineering
Azusa Pacific’s Bachelor of Science in Engineering equips students with a solid foundation in engineering principles for a variety of fields including aerospace, agriculture, automotive, business, defense, energy, health care, and telecommunications.
Student Portraits: Jacob Hall
Jacob Hall ’19 is a senior engineering major at Azusa Pacific University. See how the transition from high school to college academics formed the way Jacob views his studies.
Learn fully integrated design and analytical solutions to complex technological challenges, as well as the processes and practices needed to coordinate the various tasks involved in the life cycle of a system, ensuring that performance, reliability, cost, and schedule requirements are met.
Students also have the option to choose from two concentrations: systems engineering and computer engineering.
Pathway from Education to Vocation
Download the Engineering Brochure to learn more about APU’s pathway from education to vocation, including graduate school and career opportunities.
Meet the Faculty: Rick Sturdivant
Is This Major Right for You?
You’re an engineering major if you:
- Think critically and creatively.
- Like to identify problems and solutions.
- Enjoy observing and analyzing.
- Enjoy math.
- Think systematically.
Note: This information is current for the 2018-19 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.