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Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering

Curriculum in Biomedical Engineering pdf

Program Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes pdf

The Biomedical engineering program is designed for students interested in the application of physical science techniques to medical problems.  Our students are prepared for graduate study in Biomedical engineering or medicine as will as careers in biomedical instrument design, medical device design, orthopedic prosthesis design or engineering support of heathcare sevices.  Design is an integral part of the curriculum and is introduced in the student's first semester and is carried through to the senior year with the capstone project.

The Biomedical Engineering curriculum provides a solid foundation in mathematics, chemistry, physics and biology in preparation for their careers in industry, research or medicine.  By progressing through the curriculum the student will develop a strong background in the engineering sciences so that they can continue to develop in this rapidly changing field. 

 

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering

Representative Course of Study pdf

Program Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes pdf

The Computer Engineering program is designed for students interested in the computer based solution of many of today's technical problems. A computer engineer is able to work in the fields of digital systems, software engineering and design automation. Computer engineers develop new applications of computer techniques which provide increased speed, reliability and ease of use. Engineering design is taught in each of the four years of the computer engineering program, beginning in the first semester and culminating in the senior year in the capstone project.

The computer engineering curriculum is focused in two areas: Computer Hardware Design (an understanding of design methodologies for electronic circuits, digital systems, computer architecture and integrated circuits) and Computer software design (an understanding of design methodologies for algorithms, data structures, operating systems and a variety of software applications across various computer languages.) By progressing through the curriculum the student will develop a strong background in the engineering sciences so that they can continue to develop in this rapidly changing field.

The Bachelor of Science degree in Computer engineering at Harding University is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.

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Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

Representative Course of Study pdf

Program Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes pdf

The Electrical engineering program is designed for students interested in the application of physical science techniques to electrical or communication system problems. Our students are prepared for graduate study as well as careers in power generation, power distribution, analog and digital communication systems and control systems. Design is an integral part of the curriculum and is introduced during the students first semester and is reinforced each year culminating in the senior year with the capstone project.

The Electrical Engineering curriculum provides a solid foundation in mathematics, chemistry, physics and the engineering sciences in preparation for their careers in the industry or research. By progressing through the curriculum the student will develop a strong background so that they can continue to develop in this rapidly changing field.

 The Bachelor of Science degree in Computer engineering at Harding University is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.

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Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

Representative Course of Study pdf

Program Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes pdf

The Mechanical Engineering program is designed for students interested in the application of physical science techniques to solve problems involving thermal and mechanical energy conversion for the public good. Our students are prepared for graduate study or careers in transportation systems, industrial machinery, heavy equipment, medical equipment, aircraft and rockets. Design is a integral part of the curriculum and is introduces in the first semester and is carried through to the senior year with the capstone project.

The mechanical engineering program provides a solid foundation in mathematics, chemistry and physics in preparation for their careers in industry, research or academia. By progressing through the program curriculum, the student is prepared for life-long learning in this rapidly changing and diverse field.

The Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.

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Bachelor of Science in Physics

Representative Course of Study pdf

Program Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes

The physics program is designed for students interested in the study of the fundamental science of how many of the things around us work. Our students are prepared for graduate studies in physics as well as careers where fundamental knowledge of science is appled. The ability to problem solve is a central theme throughout the curriculum which is introduced early on and carried through to the senior year.

The physics program provides a solid and challenging education and prepares them to excel in diverse career paths where independent thinking, analytical skills and experimental skills are required. Their paths include graduate or professional school, industrial research and education not just in physics but in other scientific engineering or professional fields.

Department of Engineering & Physics
HU Box 12290
Searcy, AR 72143
Phone: 501-279-5440
Email: engineering@harding.edu