Undergraduate Programs

Mason Engineering offers an impressive array of majors, minors and undergraduate certificates. Take a look through them; you're likely to find some that match your areas of interests.

Undergraduate Programs List

  • Applied computer science is a degree program for those students who want and need the knowledge and expertise of computer science to work in one of the many disciplines that require advanced comput
  • This minor provides students with a unique opportunity to earn a pilot’s license and gain expertise in various aspects of aviation management.
  • Develop new treatments for burn victims using pharmaceutical nanofilm. Help amputees regain mobility with sensor-equipped prostheses that respond to nerve impulses.
  • The future of civilization and industry rely on the products of this field of expertise. Implement a drinking water system for a remote village.
  • The field of computer engineering can be described as a blend of electrical engineering and computer science.
  • The minor in computer science is intended for those pursuing other undergraduate degree programs that feel the need to pursue computer science to complement their other studies.
  • Fewer than 50 years ago, an entire room of computer equipment was required to accomplish the basic functions of today's smartwatch.
  • This certificate is available to students who are working on or possess an undergraduate degree in a science or engineering field but lack a formal credential in the computer science field.
  • Become a cyber superhero. Technology and the sustained flow of information now touch every part of our daily lives.
  • The minor provides students with a background in data analysis and statistical methodology.
  • Electrical engineering is a major field of modern technology. Electrical engineers research, develop, design, produce, and operate of a wide variety of devices and systems.
  • This minor prepares students for employment in environmental engineering and subsequent graduate studies in water and environmental engineering at Mason or elsewhere.
  • This certificate prepares IT and engineering students for a successful career as entrepreneurs in the area of information technology.
  • Students learn to apply IT to support business processes. The minor equips graduates with strong problem-solving, writing, and communication skills.
  • The alarm goes off.
  • This certificate is designed primarily for those students who have earned a nontechnical bachelor’s degree or current undergraduate students who desire deeper knowledge than that which can be accom
  • Mechanical Engineering is the broadest of the engineering disciplines, concerned with anything that moves or uses energy.
  • Look at simple machines. Even the lever was a high-tech device at one point. A wedge tool represented the peak of Stone Age innovation.
  • The minor in Software Engineering teaches students to design and build high quality software, a valuable asset for engineers, mathematicians, and scientists interested in working in a variety of fi
  • A minor in Statistics gives students a background in the theory and application of statistical methodology.
  • More Than Crunching Numbers
  • This minor gives students the fundamentals of systems engineering and operations research.
  • The program leading to the bachelor of science in systems engineering (BS/SE) prepares students for a professional career in systems engineering.