Real Difference

Our goal is to help you develop your gifts so you can use them to serve God in your career.  Having experienced Christian engineers design the CE and EE programs makes a significant difference.


Typical Class Sizes:

  • Calculus (Freshman):  35 students
  • Engineering Computing (Freshman): 18 students
  • Electric Circuit Analysis (Sophomore):  24 students
  • Embedded Systems (CE Junior): 10 students
  • Digital Signal Processing (EE Junior): 15 students
  • Design Team (Senior): 4-5 students

Curriculum Design:

  • Engineering courses the first year:
    • Intro to Engineering: learn about engineering and how to think like an engineer.
    • Engineering Computing: learn how to use computer tools and create a simulator
    • Engineering Fundamentals: design the hardware for an autonomous robotic vehicle  and write its operating system.
    • Programming I: learn how to program using C++
    • Programming II learn advanced features of C++
  • Number of labs students will have:
    • EE Students (20-21 labs)
    • CE Students (18-19 labs)
    • Compare to other schools
  • 3-course sequence for capstone design sequence
    • ABET requires 1 course
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  • Senior design experience.  
    • Systems I: Learn how to plan and budget an engineering project
    • Systems II: Complete a detailed design and build a working prototype
    • Systems III: Test your design and finish your project
    • Senior Engineering Seminar: prepare for career as we discuss the job search and life after college and listen to 10-12 engineers from industry discuss job opportunities and career experiences.

More information on the ECE curricula.

Career Impact:

  • 100% job placement rate for those with at least a 3.0 GPA
  • highly sought out by engineering community
  • Feedback from industry that says our graduates are excelling in
    • work ethic
    • reliability
    • team work
    • ethical behavior
    • keeping up with technology
    • contributing to engineering process