The School of Engineering and Computational Sciences is currently home to seven programs with a student body of more than 500 students. The program continues with the purpose of producing Christ-centered men and women with the values, knowledge and skills necessary to impact the world of engineering and technology-related fields.
Our students have access to the latest technology and a qualified faculty that seek to know them personally and to provide them with opportunities for education, research and training in a Christ-centered environment.
Faculty help students prepare themselves for a lifetime of service while encouraging undergraduate research and effective application of technology from a Christian worldview so that they may impact tomorrow’s socio-technological culture.
For more information, please contact:The School of Engineering and Computational Sciences
Telephone: (434) 592-7150