Department of Engineering

Programs

Undergraduate Degrees & Programs

The Department of Engineering in the Fred DeMatteis School of Engineering and Applied Science at Hofstra University offers seven distinct engineering degree programs. Engineers of all specialties are in demand in industry and in research. Nearly 100 percent of recent undergraduate degree recipients who responded to a survey (or other reliable source) reported that they were employed or had started or were planning to start graduate school within one year of graduation. (Read more about engineering careers.)

Majors

  • BIOENGINEERING
    Bioengineering is designed to bridge the gap between the life sciences and physical sciences.
  • CIVIL ENGINEERING
    Civil engineers design and supervise large construction projects, including roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, and systems for water supply and sewage treatment.
  • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
    Electrical engineers design, develop, test and supervise the manufacturing of electrical equipment.
  • ENGINEERING SCIENCE (BIOMEDICAL)
    Bioengineering is designed to bridge the gap between the life sciences and physical sciences by applying engineering concepts, methods and techniques to biology and medicine.
  • ENGINEERING SCIENCE (CIVIL)
    Civil engineers design and supervise large construction projects, including roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, and systems for water supply and sewage treatment.
  • INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
    Industrial Engineering is concerned with the optimal utilization of integrated systems of people, methods, materials, machines and energy to achieve organizational goals.
  • MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
    Mechanical engineers research, design, develop, build, and test mechanical devices, including tools, engines, and complex dynamical systems.

Minors

Why Study Engineering?

The advantages of studying in Hofstra's engineering programs are:

  • A highly accessible faculty devoted to undergraduate education and preparation for professional careers.
  • Small class sizes, typically from five to 15 students in junior- and senior-level classes.
  • Excellent track record in placing students in top engineering graduate programs.
  • Opportunities for undergraduate research collaboration with faculty.
  • Proximity to New York City with its many employment and educational opportunities.

Mechatronics Certificate Program

This online certificate program is for practicing engineers who want to raise their skill level and a means for companies who want to empower their workforce and achieve a competitive advantage in the global economy.

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Graduate Programs

Advance to management positions in leading engineering and technology firms with the Master of Science (MS) in Engineering Management at Hofstra University. Through cutting-edge courses, offered both online and on-campus, gain what you need to assess and manage new and existing technologies specific to a company’s needs. Receive valuable hands-on experience prior to graduation through internships and paid positions through our co-op program. No GRE is required and the program is open to those without work experience. Scholarships are available for qualified candidates.

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