College of Engineering & Design

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Whether you’re driven by a passion to invent new technologies that will revolutionize industries or push new boundaries in the creative use of software and hardware, the career opportunities in these fast-growing fields are limitless. At JWU’s College of Engineering & Design, you’ll be on a career path with incredible growth potential.

Students in the College of Engineering & Design attend classes and labs, and collaborate with faculty and other students, in our newest academic building, John Bowen Center for Science and Innovation. The innovative building is filled with state-of-the-art labs including robotics, drawing, game/network simulation, engineering and more — along with welcoming indoor and outdoor common areas for students to create, explore and invent.

Some of the renowned businesses and organizations our students and alumni have interned or worked for include Amazon.com, Lockheed Martin, John Hopkins Hospital, InGuardian, and Hill Holliday.

Degree Programs

Program Campus Availability
Cyber Threat Intelligence & Defense Providence
Electronics Engineering Providence
Engineering Design & Configuration Management (B.S.) / Computerized Drafting (A.S.) Providence
Graphic Design Providence
Digital Marketing & Social Media Providence
Network Engineering Providence
Robotics Engineering Providence
Software Engineering Providence

Programs of study are subject to change. To see the most recent offerings at each campus, visit www.jwu.edu/catalogs.

 

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Megha Thakkar '15
Major: Software Engineering
Internship: TechCentric
Current: Fidelity Investments

Megha Thakkar’s internship at TechCentric, a full-service IT consultancy, set her up for success by stretching her technical knowledge and experience: “I worked two full office installation projects through the full project life cycle.”

Through that process, she learned the importance of being extremely detail-oriented: “At an IT firm you are in charge of all passwords, hardware/software documentation and the locations of all clients. Missing one password could cost you hours of billable time!”

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