Students in the Department of Engineering and Physics work to solve technical problems in a lab.

Engineering


Engineering applies the laws of math and science to create technical solutions to real-world problems. Whether you plan to pursue a career in electrical, mechanical, chemical or nuclear engineering - or something in between - an engineering degree from ACU will prepare you for exceptional, God-honoring work that changes the world.

Engineering

From research and development to testing and production, engineers design and manage the products that improve our quality of life. Engineers improve transportation, develop better nano-technologies for healthcare, design electrical systems, protect the environment, streamline manufacturing and harness nuclear energy, among other undertakings. These careers can begin with ACU's Bachelor of Science in Engineering, in which you'll study and apply the laws with which God structured the universe.



Spotlights

Brandon Huxford ('07) | Engineering Physics

Brandon Huxford ('07) | Engineering Physics

Brandon Huxford's degree from ACU has him traveling new roads - literally and figuratively. As an engineer with Freese and Nichols Inc., Brandon designs projects ranging from roadways and intersections to traffic signals and culverts throughout the Southwest.


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ACU Undergrads at National Labs
ACU's engineering and physics students help conduct nuclear physics research at national labs each summer. See their experiences at Fermilab and Brookhaven.