Equipping for Impact
The Campaign for CBU's College of Engineering
First classes in the fall of 2007 (32 lecture seats and 21 lab seats) the first day of class 53 students showed up! — email to President Ellis "build it with vision and they will come".
|College of Engineering Factoids (as of 8/28/13)|
|First Seven Years||Next Seven Years|
|Enrollment||53-371||435+ to 808|
|Graduates (per year)||24, 36, 54 BS||144 BS, 24 MS, 12 PhD|
|Curriculum Partners||0-40||100+ -xx|
|Facilities||1 room, 1400ft2, now 34000 ft2||40,000ft^2 - 75,000 ft^2+|
|Mission Hall, now Bourns Laboratories, "Blue Building", Adams Plaza Labs||New Engineering Building on Campus Fall 2017 or earlier|
|Degrees||Consultant -("BS EE, BS ME"), became BS CE, BS ECE, BS ME and BS E (concentrations in Bioengineering, Business, Pre Law, Pre Med, Global Applications)
BS Chemical Engineering, SP13 BS Construction Management, FA12 Software engineering, SP13
Construction Management concentration within MBA SP 13
|BS Biomedical Engineering, FA13
BS Petroleum or Energy
BS Industrial Engineering FA 14 Environmental Engineering
Computer Science SP 14?
CIT SP 14?
Architectural Engineering Engineering Physics
Technology innovation concentration within MBA,
MSE and/or Civil (Environmental +) FA14
MS ME, Software Engineering, FA14?
PhD in Engineering Education FA 15
|Research Grants||6 (National Science Foundation, Riverside Public Utilities, Southern California Edison (3) Keck)||?|
|Other Grants and gifts||$1.5m||?|
For additional information, contact Dr. Anthony Donaldson, Dean of the College of Engineering at 951-343-4972 or email@example.com.