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Science and Engineering Building (Building 50) School of Engineering, Room 2500 Phone: (904) 620-1390Fax: (904) 620-1391Web Address: www.unf.edu/ccec/engineering
The profession of engineering requires highly educated men and women dedicated to the betterment of society through technological innovation and creative problem solving. The faculty of the School of Engineering (SoE) offers accredited programs in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering to meet an ever-increasing demand. Our programs are noted for first-rate classroom instruction, hands-on laboratory experiences, and extensive design project opportunities. Students may also participate — often in paid positions — in research projects with faculty mentors. Numerous cooperative education opportunities are also available to students wishing to gain practical experience before graduation.
Applications for the major should be made through the University Admissions Office in UNF Hall, Building 53. Application should be made at least two months before the planned enrollment in any engineering program courses. All engineering majors are advised through the school office.
The engineering profession is enriched by a large number of professional organizations and many have student chapters at UNF. Students are encouraged to participate in activities of these chapters, including the following:
The UNF School of Engineering aspires to:
To provide diverse learning opportunities in the technical and professional aspects of engineering that prepare all participants to thrive in an evolving world.
We, in the School of Engineering, use the following values as our guiding principles in how we conduct ourselves:
All undergraduate engineering programs in the UNF School of Engineering are transformational - this is the very nature of an engineering education at UNF. However, in addition to a rigorous, focused curriculum students have multiple opportunities to participate in significant research projects, regional and national design competitions, international travel and study, community and international outreach activities, student chapter leadership, cooperative education experiences, and internships.
Once admitted to an engineering program advising is conducted through the School of Engineering office (room 2500, Building 50). Initially, the SoE academic advisor assigns a faculty advisor and prepares a program of study outlining all graduation requirements. Thereafter, the student meets each semester with the academic and faculty advisors to develop a course schedule and track progress through the degree program.
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