Accreditation

We offer strong and varied academic programs to a diverse student population that prepares our graduates for the challenges of lifelong learning. All five engineering programs in Lamar University College of Engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

YEAR DECLARED MAJORS* GRADUATES
2017-2018** 136 67
2016-2017 120 42
2015-2016 114 37
2014-2015 88 35
2013-2014 174 32


CIVIL ENGINEERING

YEAR DECLARED MAJORS GRADUATES
2017-2018** 37 16
2016-2017 45 22
2015-2016 38 14
2014-2015 52 12
2013-2014 24 14


ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

YEAR DECLARED MAJORS GRADUATES
2017-2018** 70 27
2016-2017 71 40
2015-2016 65 26
2014-2015 59 25
2013-2014 95 29


INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

YEAR DECLARED MAJORS GRADUATES
2017-2018** 38 16
2016-2017 38 22
2015-2016 37 16
2014-2015 27 10
2013-2014 16 14


MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

YEAR DECLARED MAJORS GRADUATES
2017-2018** 202 74
2016-2017 182 71
2015-2016 158 55
2014-2015 166 37
2013-2014 193 36


*Declared Majors are students that have accumulated over 60 hours in their degree plan and have maintained a program-eligible GPA

**Graduates for '17-18 school year represent those who have graduated in Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 only


Our Mission

The mission of the College of Engineering is to provide students with high quality, accessible undergraduate and graduate engineering education; to engage and empower students with skills and knowledge to thrive in professional careers; and to serve society through economic and technological development of Southeast Texas and beyond.

Program Objectives and Outcomes

Please click on the individual College of Engineering departments below to view their specific Program Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes.