Engineering & Engineering Physics

Dr. Abdel Bachri, right, with SAU students at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Azriel Goldschmidt, third from right, a nuclear scientist at Berkeley Lab.

Dr. Abdel Bachri, right, with SAU students at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Azriel Goldschmidt, third from right, a nuclear scientist at Berkeley Lab.

Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia offers the only engineering program in the southern half of Arkansas with its Bachelors of Science in Engineering degree program. SAU’s program offers a balanced and strong engineering curriculum that emphasizes solving engineering problems and obtaining practical experience through internship opportunities. Small class sizes and hands-on experiences ensure our students learn the theories by having practical involvement during laboratory classes as well as with regional industry.

The goal of our engineering options is to prepare students for careers in the field of  engineering that will serve the industries in southern Arkansas as well as the nation.  Many of our graduates choose to pursue a Ph.D. in advanced engineering or advanced physics.

Internships and Hands-on Experience

SAU students have the opportunity to participate in undergraduate research during their studies. Students can perform collaborative research on a national level as well, including summer programs at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California. SAU’s laboratories are equipped with state of the art instruments with modern data acquisition systems.

The goal of the SAU Engineering program is to prepare our students for careers in engineering that will serve industry in Magnolia, Arkansas and the region. Our graduates may also continue their education in advanced engineering programs in universities around the nation. Currently, SAU alumni are working towards earning their Ph.D. degrees at esteemed research universities.

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