Division of Engineering Education

The division develops and adopts innovative approaches to engineering education and support the school’s departments and their educational initiatives.

The Division of Engineering Education is the home for experiential learning and communications skills and how they apply in the workplace. The division centralizes some of the school’s courses and will create new courses that appeal to students schoolwide. 


"The new division is a key resource for experiential learning and career-development programming within McKelvey Engineering and fosters multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary design-, problem- and project-based opportunities for students.”

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Engineering Communication Center

This center offers coursework to prepare students for careers in engineering. They are dedicated to students' professional development and social and environmental awareness so they can contribute their problem-solving strengths to real-world challenges.

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Teaching resources for faculty

Excellence in teaching innovation

The Division of Engineering Education provides ongoing support and resources for faculty and instructors including brown bag lunches, mentoring, and technology and instructional support.

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Our faculty are at the forefront of educational innovation

We are focused on experiential learning and how to be well-rounded, ethical engineers.

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Division of Engineering Education student resources


Mentor programs

From school-sponsored mentoring for undergraduate students to corporate-sponsored mentoring for women in computer science, we have several mentor programs to assist students through their time at McKelvey Engineering.


Highlighted courses

Courses within the division include Technical Writing, Engineering Ethics & Sustainability and Leadership & Team Building. Courses focus on experiential learning and provide undergraduate students with a strong foundation in ethics, problem solving and project-based learning.