The Engineering major at Bryan College provides you with a broad foundation for a variety of careers that can impact the world for Christ. Upon graduation, you will have an opportunity to pursue a rewarding and in-demand career — while also making a difference — working in industries both here in the United States and around the world.
field of study:Engineering (B.S.E.)
field of study:Engineering & Technology
The Engineering Department at Bryan College offers small class sizes and individualized learning experiences. You will learn how engineering fulfills God’s desire to have dominion over creation, lessen the effects of sin, and spread the good news of the Gospel to the world. Upon graduation, you will have an opportunity to pursue a rewarding and in-demand career — while also making a difference — working in industries both in the United States and around the world.
The Vogel School of Engineering boasted 100% job placement! All of our first graduating class have either been accepted into graduate school or have begun jobs in engineering with an average salary of $60k. In addition, we have 100% internship placement this summer for rising seniors in engineering. A B.S.E degree from Bryan College prepares you for a wide range of jobs in industry, research & development, education, and government.
Teaching engineering at Bryan College has been a wonderful experience. I really enjoy the challenge of developing different ways to help students understand complex topics in engineering.
— Dr. Reagan Kinser
Assistant Professor of Engineering
Throughout the year we offer multiple unique opportunities to experience Bryan, like custom workshops, preview days, or scholarship competitions. You can also request a personalized visit and we’ll tailor a visit for you!
Applying takes less than 5 minutes and is Free! Our Counselors are available for any questions have about Engineering or Life at Bryan.
July 9 - 15, 2023
The engineering track will focus on learning engineering design, 3D modeling, designing, and printing a fishing lure, and testing out...
July 9 - 15, 2023
Students will learn the principles of the flow of electricity in circuits and how electronic components such as resistors, capacitors,...
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