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    • School of Engineering

      • Kirkbride Hall
      • tel: 610-499-4037
      • fax: 610-499-4059
    • Nora Kogut

      • Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Programs
      • Kirkbride Hall, Room 107
      • tel: 610-499-4039
    • Maria Wochele


Undergraduate Degrees, Engineering

Student Testimonial

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Tori Remondelli '16

Engineering student Tori Remondelli ’16 discusses his unique opportunities through Widener and how they've molded him into an exceptional leader. Watch video.

The School of Engineering provides programs that combine theory and practice to educate graduates who will contribute to the solution of today’s problems and continue learning to enhance their professional careers.

Students benefit from a carefully chosen path of study that brings together a mix of basic science, engineering science, engineering design, practical engineering applications, and the humanities and social sciences.

The School of Engineering equips students with an action-oriented entrepreneurial mindset, along with innovation and leadership skills, such as its involvement in the residence hall Living Learning Communities (LLC). These LLC teams encourage entering freshmen to join the dynamic community of students who explore engineering through hands-on, innovative fun!

Engineering Majors

The School of Engineering offers majors in the following disciplines:

Engineering Minors

Widener’s School of Engineering offers minors in biomedical, chemical, electrical, environmental, and mechanical engineering. Interested students must apply and be accepted by the department offering the minor. For more information, see the course catalog.

Honors Program

The School of Engineering offers a select group of students the opportunity to participate in the Engineering Honors Program to enhance the undergraduate experience.