Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering

Application Deadlines

December 1 Spring semester (January)

March 1 Summer session 1 (June) and Summer session 2 (July)

May 1 Fall semester (August)

These are the priority application deadlines for admission and merit-based scholarship consideration. Late applicants will be considered for university admission and financial aid, but programs with higher admission standards will give priority consideration to applications submitted by these dates. Please view important dates on the academic calendar.

WUE-Eligible Program

Undergraduate students from western states who enroll in this program are eligible for a discounted tuition rate. 
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Engineering

Our undergraduate and graduate programs in Engineering allow students to personalize their academic experience and explore the answers to problems they are passionate about alongside industry-experienced faculty. Students work in interdisciplinary teams to solve real-world challenges that make a difference, and it’s all done in dedicated creative spaces that foster innovation.

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Engineering degrees promote innovation, adaptability and cross-discipline collaboration. Under the guidance of industry-seasoned faculty and staff, each program is dedicated to the overall success of individual students. Students in all programs are invited to innovate in one of many learning laboratories or collaborate in creative spaces around campus.

Undergraduate Degrees

Engineering (BSE)

Career opportunities

  • Aerospace engineers
  • Architectural and engineering managers
  • Energy engineers
  • Robotics engineers

Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering 

Jennifer Bekki

Jennifer Bekki

Jennifer Bekki
Associate Professor & Associate Director of The Polytechnic School
Engineering, Engineering Education Systems and Design

Research Interests
Promote systemic changes within the higher education environment with the goal of making necessary improvements to: doctoral + online student persistence, faculty + student mentorship, and the doctoral experience for women, Students of Color, and Women of Color in STEM.

jennifer.bekki@asu.edu
480-727-5127
Polytechnic campus, PRLTA 335E

Samantha Brunhaver

Samantha Brunhaver

Samantha Brunhaver
Assistant Professor
Engineering Programs, Engineering Education Systems and Design

Research Interests
Engineering education and workforce development, academic/professional persistence, career pathways, school-to-work transition, individual and organizational adaptability, culture and equity in engineering workplaces, online education, faculty mentorship and development, project-based learning, mixed-methods and longitudinal research design

Samantha.Brunhaver@asu.edu
480-727-1883
Polytechnic Campus, PRLTA 330H

Adam Carberry

Adam Carberry

Adam Carberry
Associate Professor & Engineering Education Program Chair
Engineering Programs, Engineering Education Systems and Design

Research Interests
Pre-college engineering education, engineering faculty mentorship, faculty pedagogical risk-taking, project-based learning, engineering for one planet, alternative grading systems, reflection, self-efficacy, engineering intuition, entrepreneurial mindset

Adam.Carberry@asu.edu
480-727-5122
Polytechnic campus, PRLTA 330G

Brooke Coley

Brooke Coley

Brooke Coley
Assistant Professor
Engineering Programs, Engineering Education Systems and Design

Research Interests
Engineering education and innovation, mental health, social justice, virtual reality, inclusive pedagogies

Shawn Jordan

Shawn Jordan
Shawn Jordan
Associate Professor
Engineering Programs, Engineering Education Systems and Design

Research Interests
Context in engineering design education, the maker community, culturally relevant pedagogy, virtual teams, k-12 engineering education, entrepreneurship, cross-disciplinarity, creativity, innovation, and human-centered design

Shawn.S.Jordan@asu.edu
480-727-1405
Polytechnic Campus, PRLTA 335U

Nadia Kellam

Nadia Kellam

Nadia Kellam
Associate Professor
Engineering Programs, Engineering Education Systems and Design

Research Interests
Power and privilege on interdisciplinary faculty teams, power as experienced by gender and sexual minority students, narrative research methods, engineering faculty’s transitions to student-centered learning, empathetic teaching, change agency, and makerspaces as spaces of empowerment for students from minoritized groups.

Nadia.Kellam@asu.edu
480-727-1917
Polytechnic Campus, PRLTA 330F