Students who graduate with this major can pursue careers in:
- Aeronautical engineering
- Electrical engineering
- Mechanical engineering
- Computer engineering
- Chemical engineering
- Biophysical researching
- Biomedical engineering
Pre-engineering students complete three years at BVU and two years at Washington State University in St. Louis, Missouri (WUST). After successful completion of two years of full-time study at WUST, students will be awarded a bachelor’s degree from BVU, as well as a bachelor’s degree in engineering from WUST. WUST students also continue their education and earn their master’s degree in one year.
BVU’s partnership with WUST puts students on a special track where they are supported by a dual-degree office and move together with other students as a cohort.
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Students get a lot of one-on-one or small group interactions with their professors, including experience with a 3D printer and robotics lab.
Students engage in a high-quality research project that gives them problem solving and analytical skills for careers or graduate programs.
All advanced physics courses are delivered in a flipped format, helping students secure internships at NASA and the Monticello Nuclear Power Plant.
Science Visit Day
Nov. 18, 2017
Join us on campus for this visit day for students interested in STEM and science. Meet professors, tour our state-of-the-art facilities, and interview for scholarships!
- Monticello Nuclear power plant
- Project Manager, 3D52 Engineering
- Biomedical engineer, Draper Labs
- Exon Mobile, geologist
Dedicated Career Help
Interest discovery, application assistance, internship/job connections and more.
Professor of Physics/General ScienceMeet the professor
Each year BVU selects 15-18 students to receive grant funding of $5,000 max per year for up to four years and $2,000 for a science sampler interim trip.Read More