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Bachelor of Science in Engineering

NNU's Engineering program will prepare you for a great engineering career, to become a licensed professional engineer, and to succeed in completing a Masters or PhD degree in graduate school. Graduates from our program have a high FE exam pass rate and job placement rate. Our graduates also have a high grad school acceptance rate at outstanding graduate schools such as Columbia, Georgia Tech, Purdue, Alabama, Vanderbilt, and Carnegie Mellon. Our program is focused on the highest-quality undergraduate education. We have a faculty to student ratio of 15:1. You will become grounded in the engineering fundamentals during your first two years, then concentrate on one engineering discipline in your final two years. At the same time, you will benefit from NNU's broad liberal arts educational, spiritual, and residential campus experience. Employers of NNU engineering graduates are impressed with their well-rounded technical, ethical, social and communication skills. NNU engineers are in leadership roles in engineering companies, universities, and national laboratories around the country, including: Boeing, Blue Origin, Lockheed Martin, Micron, Intel, Raytheon, Hewlett Packard, ON Semiconductor, American Semiconductor, DC Engineering, INL, PNNL, ORNL, Los Alamos, Sandia, NASA, DC Engineering, and MIT Lincoln Labs.

Here is the 5 year plan of study for the Bachelor of Science in Engineering.

Here are the Course Descriptions for Engineers.

Bachelor of Science in Physics

The Department of Physics and Engineering at NNU offers a Bachelor of Science in Physics, for students wishing to work or pursue graduate studies in Physics. Learn More

Bachelor of Arts in Physics

Students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Physics degree include those wanting to use a physics education to go into other areas such as law school or medical school. Students planning to become secondary education physics teachers usually pursue the physics education emphasis.

Physics Minor

The Department of Physics and Engineering offers a physics minor for students outside of the department who are interested in physics.