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SEAS Major Survey


How can you determine which WKU School of Engineering and Applied Sciences program is right for you?

Which of the following are you most interested in pursuing?

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Architectural Sciences

 Are you interested in designing structures or buildings, computer aided drafting, or building information modeling? Then the architectural science program (AS) is for you! Students majoring in AS study drafting techniques and design principles. They learning about building codes and how to design environmentally friendly buildings. Students in this program earn an ATMAE accredited degree.

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Civil Engineering

 Are you interested in designing bridges, roads, and transportation systems? Or designing and building foundations? Then you should consider the civil engineering program (CE). Students in this program take courses in construction methods, structures, transportation, and surveying. Students in this program earn a degree accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

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Construction Management

 Are you interested in managing construction projects? Then consider the construction management (CM) program. Students in this program learn to manage large construction programs from beginning to end. Students in this program earn an ATMAE accredited degree.

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Engineering Technology Management 

Do you have a two year associates degree and wish further your career in the manufacturing sector? Then consider the engineering technology management (ETM) program. This program is a 2+2 transfer program availabe face-to-face, online, or On Demand to equip students to obtain a leadership position in industry, business, or workforce development.

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Manufacturing Engineering Technology 

Are you interested in the manufacturing process? The manufacturing engineering technology (MET) program offers classes that teach students to program manufacturing equipment, manage manufacturing facilities, and apply simple mathematical principles to improve quality and make the manufacturing process as efficient as possible. Students in this program earn an ATMAE accredited degree.

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Mechanical Engineering

Are you interested in developing new mechanical products? Or to manage the high tech process needed to create the smart devices used in modern society? Then consider the mechanical engineering (ME) program. This program is accredited by Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

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Electrical Engineering

Are you interested in electronics? Or controlling a physical device such as a robot? Are you interested in power systems and how electricity is generated? Or how information is processed the media such as Bluetooth and the internet? Then the electrical engineering (EE) program is a good choice! Students in this program learn about circuits, electronics, microprocessors, and power. Students in this program earn a degree accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

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Mechanical Engineering

 Are you interested in designing physical devices such as automobiles, aircrafts, heating and cooling systems, robots, and machinery? Then the Mechanical Engineering (ME) program is for you! ME students take classes to learn to be able to design electro-mechanical systems and thermal devices. Students in this program earn a degree accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

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Computer Information Technology

Are you interested in network architecture, database administration, and information security? The computer information technology (CIT) program is a 2+2 online program that gives students the foundation to work in the area of networking and managing information.

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Computer Science

Are you interested in developing software, computer game, mobile app, database programming, computer graphics, computer vision, and developing algorithms? Then computer science (CS) is a good program for you! Students in computer science take a variety of courses to prepare them to work in this rapidly changing area.

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Electrical Engineering

Are you interested in developing new electrical products? Or to manage the high tech process needed to create the smart devices used in modern society? Then consider the electrical engineering (EE) program. This program is accredited by Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

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