Bachelor of Arts Programs in Engineering

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Many students spend their college careers working toward earning a Bachelor of Arts (BA). This degree program allows students to have the flexibility of taking courses in a variety of liberal arts topics while taking courses geared toward their major. This degree takes around three to four years to complete and will give students the skills and knowledge to excel in their field.

What is a BA in Engineering? This program focuses on providing students mathematical, scientific, technological and engineering principles that can be utilized in a variety of engineering fields. Students may experience both hands-on learning and lecture-based coursework to give them a solid understanding of the engineering field. With this fundamental degree, students can receive a general knowledge of engineering that will prepare them to specialize in a specific area.

There are several reasons to earn a BA in Engineering. For example, this degree can prepare students for engineering careers or for programs that will further their education in a specific discipline. They will come out of the program with valuable skills and knowledge.

The cost of earning a BA will differ depending on the institution you wish to attend and its location. Contacting the admission office will be helpful in understanding the costs and determining if the program will meet your expectations.

Although additional study may be required, graduates with a BA in Engineering can be well prepared for careers in biomedical engineering, computer game engineering, civil engineering, environmental engineering and education. They will be able to successfully utilize their engineering skills and expertise to become valuable to employers in the industry.

For foreign and local students alike, many universities offer online degrees. This is an excellent option for those who live in areas where schools are not easily accessible. Online course additionally offer the flexibility of completing a degree at your own pace. To learn more, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Higher Education

Sussex Coast College Hastings
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 3 years August 2017 United Kingdom Hastings + 1 more

Sussex Coast College Hastings runs in conjunction with the University of Brighton and Edexcel to deliver Degree and other Higher Education courses. [+]

BAs in Engineering. Sussex Coast College Hastings runs in conjunction with the University of Brighton and Edexcel to deliver Degree and other Higher Education courses. What is Higher Education? Higher Education is the stage that follows Further Education and is generally offered at a college or university. These courses are spread over two or three years for full-time students, or longer if you select a part-time pathway. What we can offer you Hastings is a very attractive place to study. There are many local events and a quirky, lively, community-focused atmosphere. Our Higher Education students regularly win national and international awards, gain excellent work experience and find employment in relevant professional sectors. We offer quality student accommodation, available across the town. There are also rooms available in the University of Brighton Hastings halls of residence. Most of our courses are delivered as part of the University of Brighton, making Sussex Coast College Hastings students University of Brighton students too. Therefore studying with us grants you access to an impressive range of resources and support systems. We offer these qualifications Higher National Certificate (HNC) - equivalent to one year of a National Diploma, usually undertaken on a part-time basis and is appropriate for students who are working in the industry. Higher National Diploma (HND) - a modular vocational qualification, usually run over two years with no exams. An HND is equivalent to two years of a degree. Foundation Degree (FdA) - gives you skills that are valuable in the employment market. The course is usually two years or longer if you select a part-time pathway. Employers are often involved, providing work-based experience and professional practice. Bachelor of Arts Degree (BA Hons) - three year full degree course. You will be required to submit a dissertation at the end of your studies to qualify for this award. A successful interview is required for entry onto this course. Top-Up Bachelor of Arts Degree (BA Hons) - allows you to convert your FdA into a full degree. You will be required to submit a dissertation at the end of your studies to qualify for this award. A successful interview is required for entry onto this course. Postgraduate Teacher Education (PGCE / Cert Ed) - this qualification is for students who work, or want to work in post 14/16 education. This qualification is also widely recognised as the gold standard for teaching. In these course areas Art and Design Accounting and Business Computing Construction Engineering Health and Social Care Hospitality Sport and Fitness Teaching Entry requirements - HNC/D - Level 3 qualifications or equivalent and IELTS 5.5 in writing or equivalent - Foundation Degrees / Level 3 qualifications or equivalent and IELTS 6.5 [-]

BA in Engineering Science

Wartburg College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Waverly

Employers today are seeking engineers who are more than just technically competent. They are looking for graduates who can write and speak effectively, who are team players, and who can see the “big picture.” These are the kinds of engineers that Wartburg graduates. Unlike university curricula, Wartburg’s Engineering Science program emphasizes breadth of background over narrow specialization. [+]

A Unique Curriculum for a Changing World Employers today are seeking engineers who are more than just technically competent. They are looking for graduates who can write and speak effectively, who are team players, and who can see the “big picture.” These are the kinds of engineers that Wartburg graduates. Unlike university curricula, Wartburg’s Engineering Science program emphasizes breadth of background over narrow specialization. Unlike engineering programs at most other liberal arts colleges, the program is a four-year bachelor’s degree that does not require further study at another institution before seeking industrial employment. Engineering Science at Wartburg is designed to provide you with a unique combination of: technical expertise mathematical and scientific skills a true liberal arts perspective Mission The engineering science program is committed to improving engineering profession and its practice by helping students acquire fundamental scientific and technical knowledge; an understanding of the ethical, global, and societal dimensions of the profession; and skills in communication, critical thinking, team building, and self-training. A well-rounded education In addition to the standard requirements, students are encouraged to round out their educations with a broad mix of experiences. Most engineering science majors minor in mathematics, chemistry, physics, biology, or computer science. Many industry-bound graduates have also completed minors in business, leadership, or in a foreign language. Nearly 40% of engineering majors participate in intercollegiate athletics, and more than 20% are members of musical ensembles. About 30% study abroad during their four years and about half participate in summer or year-round internship programs. Alumni Outcomes Wartburg graduates find satisfying jobs and are admitted into top graduate and professional schools. Wartburg alumni can be found in all 50 U.S. states and over 70 foreign countries. Below is only a sample of the types of positions Wartburg engineering graduates have had in the past. Sample of Alumni Positions: Assembly Engineer, John Deere Davenport Works, Davenport Graduate Student – Aerospace Engineering Job Site Superintendent, Verdant Environmental Services, Omaha, Neb. PDP Manufacturing Engineer, Volt Services/John Deere, Ankeny Environmental Engineer, Terracon Consultants, Inc., Des Moines Software Engineer, IBM, Rochester, Minn. Traffic Engineer, City of Cedar Rapids, Cedar Rapids Quality Assurance, Epic Systems, Verona, Wis. Course Requirements 22½ course credits: CH 113 Principles of Chemistry I CS 120 Introduction to Computers and Programming ES 151 Modern Engineering Analysis I ES 152 Modern Engineering Analysis II ES 204 Electrical Circuits ES 205 Structural Statics ES 206 Thermal Science ES 230 Engineering Economic Analysis ES 251 Machinery and Manufacturing ES 303 Structural Analysis ES 304 Fluid Mechanics ES 305 Electronics and Digital Systems ES 310 Dynamics ES 320 Engineering Materials ES 350 Engineering Design Methods ES 360 Preliminary Design Project ES 402 Engineering Seminar ES 460 Senior Design Project MA 214 Statistical Methods or MA 313 Mathematical Probability and Statistics MA 250 Applied Calculus MA 251 Foundational Differential Calculus MA 252 Foundational Integral Calculus PHY 203 Classical Physics I One course credit from BI 151 Biology I: Ecosystems, Cells, and Evolution CH 114 Principles of Chemistry II PHY 204 Classical Physics II Three course credits from Any BI course excluding BI 120, BI 130, BI 131 Any CH course excluding CH 130 Any MA course excluding MA 90, MA 106, MA 107, MA 110, MA 212, MA 312 Any PHY course at 200 level or above Science Center The Science Center, completed in 2004, represents an expansion and renovation that doubled the size of Wartburg’s science facilities to over 110,000 square feet. The building is designed for hands-on learning and close interaction among students and faculty. Lecture rooms and laboratories, all with Internet access, provide state-of-the-art facilities for biology, chemistry, engineering science, physics, mathematics, and computer science classes. The Science Center houses four computer laboratories, a greenhouse, animal facilities, molecular biology and biochemistry suite with a cell culture room, cadaver room, indoor stream facility, student/faculty research areas, and a variety of informal student study areas. Equipment also includes three mobile computer labs, a scanning electron microscope, fluorescent microscopes, atomic absorption spectrophotometer, Fourier transform infrared spectrometer, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometer, and research electromagnet. A cardio/CP stress test system is available in the Wartburg-Waverly Sports and Wellness Center. The Platte Observatory, located near the outdoor soccer and football practice fields, provides facilities for introductory astronomy and upper-level astrophysics courses and research projects. It houses five Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes, an 18-inch Newtonian reflector, and a 14-inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope for research. [-]

BA Engineering - St. Ambrose University

American Consortium of Universities (Interlink)
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Louisville

St. Ambrose is a comfort zone for engineers; it's not so large that you'll get lost, whether it be in a lecture or a crowd. And our veteran faculty understand the skills you'll need to succeed in the working world by giving you plenty of experience, from your entry-level classes through the culminating Senior Design Course. [+]

BAs in Engineering. Get to know us – you'll love it here! St. Ambrose is a comfort zone for engineers; it's not so large that you'll get lost, whether it be in a lecture or a crowd. And our veteran faculty understand the skills you'll need to succeed in the working world by giving you plenty of experience, from your entry-level classes through the culminating Senior Design Course. It's all right here – fundamentals, environment, preparation. Schedule a visit today and visit Engineering at St. Ambrose to learn even more. St. Ambrose University is the ONLY university in the Quad Cities offering Bachelor of Science degrees in Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and a dual degree option (Industrial and Mechanical engineering). Industrial Engineering Industrial Engineering is concerned with designing, evaluating, and improving systems. At St. Ambrose, our emphasis is on how humans fit into those systems to ensure safe and productive work. Industrial Engineers are in high demand in many sectors of the economy, from traditional industrial settings to streamlining hospital operations. The skills learned as an Industrial Engineer will provide a wealth of opportunities for the graduate. The program mission is to develop graduates who design, communicate, and implement engineering solutions satisfying the needs of all concerned. Objectives and Outcomes Program Educational Objectives Students are educated through a carefully engineered curriculum that includes proven engineering design knowledge, a breadth of general education, exposure to modern methods, the development of thinking, writing, and presentation skills, an understanding of spatial relationships, and an ability to solve real problems. Industrial Engineering graduates will: Demonstrate their success through leadership roles. Advance their expertise through professional practice or graduate education. Investigate, define, communicate, defend and implement solutions to complex problems. Enrich their lives and the lives of others. Student Outcomes Students are expected to know and be able to do the following student outcomes by the time of graduation. These relate to the skills, knowledge and behaviors that students acquire in their matriculation through the program: a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering. b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data. c) An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability. d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams. e) An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems. f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility. g) An ability to communicate effectively. h) The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context. i) A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning. j) A knowledge of contemporary issues. k) An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. l) An ability to design, develop, implement and improve integrated systems that include people, materials, information equipment and energy. m) An ability to integrate systems using appropriate analytical, computational, and experimental practices. Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering is the broadest discipline in engineering and uses a combination of human, material and economic resources to provide solutions to problems faced in society. As an applied science, Mechanical Engineering is focused on the design, development, manufacture, management and control of engineering systems. At St. Ambrose, our emphasis is on the people and designing and adapting environments to best suit personal needs, such as planning efficient heating and cooling systems for new facilities or developing equipment to help the disabled become more self-sufficient. The mission of the Mechanical Engineering program is to develop graduates who analyze, design, communicate, and integrate humans in thermal and mechanical engineering solutions. Objectives and Outcomes Program Educational Objectives Students are educated through a carefully engineered curriculum that includes proven engineering design knowledge; a breadth of general education; exposure to modern methods; the development of thinking, writing, and presentation skills; an understanding of spatial relationships; and an ability to solve real problems. Industrial Engineering graduates will: Demonstrate their success through leadership roles. Advance their expertise through professional practice or graduate education. Investigate, define, communicate, defend, and implement solutions to complex problems. Enrich their lives and the lives of others. Student Outcomes Students are expected to know and be able to do the following student outcomes by the time of graduation. These relate to the skills, knowledge and behaviors that students acquire in their matriculation through the program: (a) an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering (b) an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data (c) an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability (d) an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams (e) an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems (f) an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility (g) an ability to communicate effectively (h) the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context (i) a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning (j) a knowledge of contemporary issues (k) an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. (l) an ability to apply principles of engineering, basic science, and mathematics (including multivariate calculus and differential equations) (m) an ability to model, analyze, design, and realize physical systems, components or processes; and prepare students to work professionally in both thermal and mechanical systems areas [-]

Bachelor in Engineering (3+2)

Saint Francis University
Campus Full time 3 - 5 years September 2017 USA Loretto

Through this accelerated “3+2” opportunity, you can earn two degrees in just five years. (Most students spend three years at Saint Francis, then transfer to an accredited engineering school, completing a B.A. in year four and a B.S. in year five.) [+]

Is Engineering for you? Engineering is the discipline of putting science and technology to work in designing, analyzing and building structures, machines, processes and systems. Supplementary disciplines ranging from economics and political science to literature and philosophy prepare flexible minds for dynamic and evolving careers. At Saint Francis, you can couple a liberal arts foundation with the right mathematical, scientific and analytical skills to pursue a career in engineering. Degree options Engineering, B.A. (3+2 program) Why study Engineering in the 3+2 option? Through this accelerated “3+2” opportunity, you can earn two degrees in just five years. (Most students spend three years at Saint Francis, then transfer to an accredited engineering school, completing a B.A. in year four and a B.S. in year five.) You may also be interested in the following 4-year options offered entirely at Saint Francis University: Environmental Engineering or Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering. Saint Francis University has cooperative engineering programs with Clarkson University of New York, The Pennsylvania State University, and the University of Pittsburgh. The programs are designed to prepare a student with a liberal arts background for a professional career in a branch of engineering. After successfully completing three years in the pre-engineering program at Saint Francis University, the qualified student transfers to any of the three schools mentioned or to any school offering ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology)-accredited B.S. program in engineering to complete the final two years of the program. After successful completion of one full year in an engineering program at another school, the student will receive the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Engineering from Saint Francis University. Career Opportunities Popular specialties pursued include: Aerospace Environmental Agricultural Industrial Ceramic Mechanical Chemical Metallurgical Civil Mining Computer Natural Gas Engineering Science Petroleum Engineering Articulation List The Engineering Articulation List includes G.P.A. requirements and a list of engineering degree options that are open to 3+2 students. [-]

Bachelor of Engineering

North Park University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Chicago

Whether you want to design road systems, develop consumer products, lead innovative technology teams, or answer complicated questions that can change the course of industry, engineering can help you reach your dream. Engineers combine science, math and technology to solve problems, help people, and advance a wide range of fields. An engineering degree can lead to graduate school or careers in aerospace, transportation, health care, research... [+]

BAs in Engineering. Bachelor of Engineering Whether you want to design road systems, develop consumer products, lead innovative technology teams, or answer complicated questions that can change the course of industry, engineering can help you reach your dream. Engineers combine science, math and technology to solve problems, help people, and advance a wide range of fields. An engineering degree can lead to graduate school or careers in aerospace, transportation, health care, research, construction, energy, operations management, logistics, teaching, and much more. Why North Park? Get the engineering education you want with the flexibility of three program options. Our bachelor of arts in engineering is a great choice for students who want a general engineering background. If you know that a career as a civil or mechanical engineer is in your future, choose the partnership program with UIC. You'll benefit from North Park's personalized advising and close-knit community while also earning a bachelor's degree from a highly regarded engineering school. Or you can spend three years here before completing your bachelor's degree at any accredited engineering school with our "3/2" option, in which you'll earn a BA in physics and a BS in engineering. Whatever your goal, North Park University can help you reach it. Interesting Classes Choose from unique courses like Modern Optics, where you’ll study electromagnetic basis of light, or Dynamics, which presents classical mechanics of particles and moving coordinate systems. Double Major Our bachelor’s degree in engineering is a perfect complement to other undergraduate majors, offering a strong focus on science and technology that can be applied in many careers. For example, business and economics majors can benefit from engineering so they can better assess the effect of technology in a global marketplace. Sociology majors may enrich their research with an understanding of the technology behind forces that shape modern society. Research and Internships The BA in engineering does not require additional research or internships, but many students will find these experiences beneficial as they explore careers and graduate school options. The Physics and Engineering Department and North Park’s Career Development and Internships Office will both work with you to find the best research or internship opportunities to match your goals. Careers A major in engineering can prepare you careers in many fields, though some may require additional study or specific coursework: Biomedical Engineering Computer Game Engineering Museum Studies Security Studies Technology, Policy, and Law Computer Graphics Science Education Program Requirements 36 hours of major coursework 46 Core Curriculum credits 120 total credits for graduation [-]

Bachelor in Web Development BA

Copenhagen School of Design and Technology KEA
Campus Full time 3 semesters August 2017 Denmark Copenhagen

At the top-up programme in Web Development you will learn how to undertake the design and construction of web applications of all sizes. [+]

Bachelor in Web Development BA

At the top-up programme in Web Development you will learn how to undertake the design and construction of web applications of all sizes. You will be working creatively with coding, creating realistic projects while you improve your development and programming skills to a professional level.During the course of your studies you will be in close contact with the business community and you will, for example, write papers in cooperation with a business. You will also be an intern in a business in which you can try out your competencies in practice. We cooperate with a large number of businesses.

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