School of Engineering photoband includes images of a students and professor in a game development classroom, the AMIC building, and a person in front of a chalkboard.

School of Engineering

The School of Engineering is ranked among the Top 50 undergraduate engineering programs nationwide. Why? State-of-the-art facilities, award-winning faculty, both engineering and engineering technology program offerings, small class sizes, emphasis on meaningful student design and research experiences, and superior internship and job placement are just a few of the reasons.

The School of Engineering is partnered with the Black School of Business to give engineering and engineering technology students unique multidisciplinary learning experiences that are highly valued by global employers.

Tiffany Beers '02

Penn State Behrend students will present senior design projects at the 2017 Richard J. Fasenmyer Engineering Design Conference. Student presentations begin at 8 a.m. Saturday, April 29, in the Jack Burke Research and Economic Development Center. This year's keynote speaker is Tiffany Beers '02, a senior innovator at Nike. 

Penn State Behrend software engineering students learn computer skills from a faculty member.

In the Software Engineering program at Penn State Behrend, students work in teams, gain hands-on experience, and systematically apply science and engineering approaches to develop and improve software systems in economical, reusable, and extendable ways.

Two graduate students learn from a professor at Penn State Behrend.

Designed specifically to meet the needs of industry, the Master of Manufacturing Management (MMM) program approaches manufacturing as a global enterprise. Students in the program work to build a unique set of engineering, business, and quality skills that combine with the communication and emotional intelligence expertise needed to be an effective leader.