The School of Engineering prepares you to be a leader in an important, ever-changing and developing field.
Each of our departments builds a strong academic foundation that becomes the basis of your success, as you grow and define your goals. When you graduate, you join the ranks of Jasper engineers who have gone on to break new ground in New York City and around the world.
The Chemical Engineering Department’s faculty are supportive and always willing to help you explore research opportunities and career paths. You are encouraged to pursue co-curricular activities, by conducting research with our faculty, participating in competitions in the New York City area or helping design sustainable solutions in developing nations.
Encompassing two of the School's oldest and reputable programs, the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department has grown and adapted throughout the years to meet the needs of our changing world. Today, it is one of the largest departments on campus and offers a wide breadth of engineering courses that tackle important issues from the safety of our city’s infrastructure to ensuring that everyone has access to clean water.
The Electrical & Computer Engineering Department gives you a practical education by emphasizing time in the labs with faculty and hands-on learning that culminates in a senior design capstone course. You are encouraged to pursue topics that interest you by choosing from a variety of elective courses within the department, or tailoring a research project to suit your interests and goals.
The Mechanical Engineering Department gives you the tools to work in a variety of important fields, ranging from automotive, aerospace or biomedical engineering to construction, green building design or solar power.
The Department of Air & Space Studies (ROTC) provides pre-commissioning education for qualified students who desire to serve as commissioned officers in the United States Air Force or United States Space Force while still enjoying a civilian college life. The department offers both a three and a four-year commissioning program, each with its own special advantages.