DC Area Engineering Schools
The College of Engineering, Architecture and Computer Science at Howard University has five academic departments that support various engineering areas of study.
The George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science has six engineering degree program options from which to choose. Additionally, the UDC provides students with a choice among three engineering degree programs.
Online Engineering Degrees Around DC
While there are no opportunities to earn an online engineering degree from an accredited program in the D.C. area, there are out-of-state programs and a number of traditional engineering degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate school levels from which to choose.
Undergrad Engineering Degree Options in DC
Students who want to launch exciting careers in engineering often start by earning an undergraduate degree in their chosen areas of interest. For instance, HU offers freshman and transfer students opportunities to earn Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees in chemical, civil, computer, electrical, and mechanical engineering. Engineering students who choose to attend GWU can earn B.S. degrees in biomedical, computer, electrical, mechanical and systems engineering.
The UDC has four programs for those pursuing undergraduate engineering degrees. Students can earn B.S. degrees in civil, mechanical, electrical and electrical with an option to double major in computer engineering .
Grad School Engineering Degree Options in DC
All accredited D.C. engineering programs encourage students to increase their knowledge in their chosen field of study by offering a number of graduate engineering degree options. For example, HU has opportunities for students to earn Master of Science (M.S.) degrees in electrical, mechanical, chemical, and materials science, and civil and environmental engineering. GWU’s advanced engineering degree options consist of M.S. degrees in biomedical, civil and environmental, computer, mechanical and aerospace, electrical, engineering management and systems engineering. The UDC offers a M.S. in Electrical Engineering.