Indiana State University’s Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering (BSE) prepares individuals for positions such as engineers, technical managers, and supervisors in the area of Engineering, which can be directly applied to Civil, Industrial or Mechanical Engineering. The curriculum provides students with a background in mathematics, physical science, and various areas of engineering that will prepare them for entry-level position at engineering firms, governmental offices and manufacturing facilities.
The program has three concentrated areas where students can focus in Civil, Industrial or Mechanical Engineering. The Civil Engineering concentration will cover the aspects of structural analysis of concrete design, wastewater and drinking water system design, hydrology, and transportation engineering. The concentration of Industrial Engineering will focus on reliability, maintainability, operations, and production planning. Students taking the Mechanical Engineering focus will study machinery dynamics, engineering design and management, heat transfer and finite elemental analysis.
Students will develop hands-on experience and technical problem-solving skills necessary to be successful in an engineering career.