Engineering Program at Sacred Heart University
Interested in engineering? Sacred Heart launched two engineering program opportunities in Fall 2017 – a Computer Engineering bachelors degree and a 3+2 dual degree program in partnership with Columbia and RPI. In the dual-degree program, students spend 3 years at SHU followed by 2 more years at one of our partner engineering schools, and earn bachelor’s degrees in both a liberal arts discipline (from SHU) and an engineering major (from Columbia or RPI) at the end of the five year program. The combination of a broad liberal arts background and a technical engineering degree prepares students to work as leaders in engineering and science fields, highly sought after in the job market. As “Engineers with Heart”, SHU students are particularly poised to apply engineering design in the service of the human community, inspired by the Catholic Intellectual Tradition and our liberal arts core.
"Alley Powered by Verizon" Innovative Coworking Space to Open at SHU
December 12, 2018
Sacred Heart University will enter into an agreement with Verizon and Alley, for the creation, management and operation of an innovative coworking space at SHU's West Campus, formerly corporate headquarters for General Electric, in Fairfield, Conn. This new partnership, called Alley powered by Verizon, will be the first in Connecticut and the first time Alley powered by Verizon is located on a college campus.
Arcade Games Field Trip
October 24, 2018
SHU Engineering presents | Arcade Games Field Trip | Thursday, October 25, 6-8 p.m. | Meet at the West Campus Makerspace | Upper West Building | First Floor (Transportation to the site via SHU shuttle will be provided) A cybersecurity expert by trade, event host Mike Ogrinz will graciously share his collection of arcade games and pinball machines for this game play field trip.
SHU Engineering Presents Manhole T-shirt Printing
October 12, 2018
The Sacred Heart University Engineering program will present “Manhole T-shirt Printing” on Thursday, October 18, 3:30-5 p.m., outside of McMahon Commons (lower entrance). Associate Professor Nathan Lewis (Art & Design) will demonstrate the process. Supplies will be provided.
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