Start Your Career in Engineering at Keiser University
Keiser University is pleased to offer undergraduate programs in engineering that prepare students for successful and lucrative careers in the field. Each degree program is tailored to the interests of the student, as engineering a broad field with various subsets. Whether your goal is to prepare for a new career or advance with your current employer, Keiser University’s comprehensive engineering majors are taught in a high energy environment that places student’s needs first. Begin or advance your engineering career today. Explore our degree programs below and contact us for more information.
Degrees & Programs to Carve Your Path Towards Becoming an Engineering Professional
Applied Engineering, AS
Keiser University’s Associate of Science degree in Applied Engineering prepares students for entering the workforce as entry-level technicians. The coursework teaches students basic engineering principles and technical skills in electrical, mechanical, aerospace, agricultural, transportation, and biomedical systems.
Applied Engineering, BS
A Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Engineering from Keiser University prepares students for entering the workforce as skilled and highly trained technicians. Students will learn how to develop, install, calibrate, modify, and maintain electrical, mechanical, aerospace, agricultural, transportation, and biomedical systems.
Software Engineering, BS
A Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering from Keiser University equips students with the knowledge and skills necessary for entry-level positions in the field. Software engineering relates to the creation, design, implementation, set up, and maintenance of software solutions (software development life cycle). This program aims to foster innovation through software engineering.