Engineering


 

Major in Electrical, Industrial or Mechanical Engineering

At Alvernia, students majoring in engineering are being trained to be fundamentally sound and application-ready. Students can choose to major in electrical, industrial or mechanical engineering. Alvernia’s engineering programs feature a design-forward curriculum. In each of their first two years, engineering majors work in teams to complete a real-world design project mentored by an industry partner or research faculty. Third-year students may participate in a semester- or summer-long industry internship or research experience. Fourth-year students work in interdisciplinary teams to complete a year-long capstone, a real-world project with an industry partner.


The John R. Post School of Engineering houses new labs for undergraduate learning, containing millions of dollars of hands-on, real-world equipment and a continuously expanding maker space. Faculty-taught courses feature small class sizes with athlete-friendly scheduling. Regularly scheduled lunch-and-learn presentations feature local industry members looking for summer interns and full-time employees and research faculty presenting their innovative work.
 

What makes Alvernia's Engineering Programs Special?

  • Interdisciplinary approach
  • Exposure to your discipline of choice within your first three semesters
  • 1st class within your discipline of choice occurs during your 4th semester
  • 4-year design sequence culminating in a year-long design project sponsored by a local business
  • Within a major, you can have a specialty e.g. batteries, robotics, or more
  • Strong math and science core
  • Rigorous liberal arts curriculum through SEARCH

 

Learn More

For more information about Alvernia's Engineering Programs, please contact the Admissions Office at 1-888-ALVERNIA or 610-796-8269 or admissions@alvernia.edu.

Engineering Programs

Explore our Engineering Degrees

Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Alvernia students in one of the school's engineering labs.
Industrial Engineering
Alvernia students in one of the school's engineering labs.
Mechanical Engineering