School of Engineering

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Dunwoody’s Degrees of Difference meets Engineering

Dunwoody College of Technology is bringing its hands-on, project-based style of education to a new School of Engineering. These four-year engineering degrees mix traditional engineering curriculum with Dunwoody’s long track record in providing a hands-on, project-based education. Students benefit from the use of all the labs and equipment Dunwoody has on campus as well as the ability to collaborate with students from a variety of other programs — just like out in industry. Our goal is to graduate students who are ready to get to work on day one of their first job.

Developed with feedback from local industry, these engineering degrees are for the engineering student who is interested in tying theory to project-based learning, who would benefit from smaller class sizes, and wants to really get to know faculty members and fellow students. Students who are admitted start on day one as engineering students accepted into the major.

Offerings for Fall 2017:

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering

 

Future Plans

Other majors are currently under development and could include electrical engineering, civil engineering, and more. Exact future offerings will be based on industry feedback and demand and announced by the College as they are approved by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education and the Higher Learning Commission (Dunwoody’s regional accreditor).

Accreditation and Registration

Dunwoody is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission. The commission’s web address and phone number are: www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org and 312-263-0456.

Dunwoody College of Technology is registered with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, sections 136A.61 to 136A.71. Registration is not an endorsement of the institution. Credits earned at the institution may not transfer to all other institutions.