Be the solution.
Study engineering at Walla Walla University.
Every day engineers delve into problems and are challenged to develop the solutions. They make it possible for us to communicate, travel, and harness and efficiently use energy supplies. A degree in engineering from WWU’s Edward F. Cross School of Engineering will prepare you to be the solution in this challenging and rewarding career path.
The School of Engineering offers a baccalaureate degree in engineering with concentrations in Bioengineering, Civil, Computer, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering, as well as an interdisciplinary program in Bioengineering Science and a certificate program, the Global Humanitarian Engineering Emphasis (GHEE). These programs will give you the ability to specialize in the areas that interest you most while building a strong, practical foundation to equip you to pursue the jobs that appeal to you.
2020 WWU Engineering Graduates placed in graduate schools or engineering careers within 12 months of graduation.
WWU engineering students whose hometown is outside the Pacific Northwest.
Engineering alunmi complete a graduate degree within 10 years of graduation (twice the national average)
Engineering scholarships awarded to students, in addition to WWU scholarships.
WWU engineering applicants are accepted into medical school.
The most diverse in the northwest, WWU has twice the national average of engineering students that come from under-represented minortity groups
Jobs and Internships
Fusion Reactors and Research Hours
Miles Kim is a senior mechanical engineering major who spent last summer interning remotely at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory. Because of the internship, he has decided that he wants to work with plasma physics, specifically nuclear fusion. Learn more about Miles' intership experience.
A Life of Service
In recognition of his commitment to service, Darius Felder, senior electrical engineering major, was awarded both the President’s Student Civic Leadership Award and the Governor’s Student Civic Leadership Award through Campus Compact, an organization that focuses on supporting and recognizing students who exemplify civic leadership. This is the first year that Walla Walla University participated in Campus Compact. Learn more about Darius and Campus Compact.
Labs and Projects
At the end of fall quarter, sixteen students presented final projects for their Manufacturing Systems Engineering class which marked the end of a quarter-long, hands-on learning project.
Learn more about student's experience working on their Manufacturing Systems projects.
Are you captivated by the intricacy and complexity of biological processes, and the possibility of solving complex medical and biological problems?