Engineering Science Program
What is Engineering Science?
Engineering Science focuses on the general application of various combinations of mathematical and scientific principles to the analysis, evaluation, and solutions of engineering problems.
Why pursue an Engineering Science degree at Howard Payne University?
The Engineering Science degree program offers liberal arts students a series of multidisciplinary courses, which emphasize both understanding and integrated applications of science, technology engineering and mathematical (STEM) concepts. The program is designed to prepare students either for immediate entry into the workforce as engineering assistants or for pursuit of bachelor’s or master’s degrees in specific engineering disciplines of their choice. The curriculum provides a broad foundation for such disciplines along with a liberal arts education that embraces a Christian worldview. To read more about the program, click here or the link below!
What engineering courses will I take?
What is the Mission Statement for Engineering Science?
The Howard Payne University Engineering Science Program prepares liberal arts students to serve God and humanity in a Christ-centered manner by producing graduates with the knowledge and skills; personal and professional integrity; and intellectual inquisitiveness to affect the world through an engineering profession.
What is the Program Goal and Objective?
Engineering Science graduates will be equipped for success in the career path of their choosing; and be capable of pursuing an advanced degree and/or a career where they may attain job satisfaction and professional growth while serving God and humanity.
Program Educational Objectives
PEO-1 Professionalism. Graduates will become practicing professionals or pursue a graduate degree in the Engineering Science or a related field.
PEO-2 Continuous Learning. Graduates will demonstrate the importance of maintaining and enhancing their professional skills through life-long learning.
PEO-3 Engagement in Society. Graduates, in service to God and community, will act with economical, ethical and societal awareness expected of practicing engineering professionals.