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About the Department

Enhance society and the lives of people by applying engineering principles to the development of structures, devices, and technologies. Working closely with faculty mentors on hands-on projects, gain real-world experience that equips you for success in law school or graduate school—or pursue a career in revered agencies such as the FBI, NSA, CIA, NIH, DOE or DOD.

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“Faculty”

Faculty Thought Leaders

Benefit from collaboration with accomplished faculty who’ve been successful in teaching and in practice.

Engaged Learning

Engaged Learning

Engage with faculty and peers on interdisciplinary projects, applying engineering to real community needs.

Careers

Broad Career Opportunities

Graduate well-prepared for further education endeavors or for top careers in local or national agencies.

Recent News / Announcements


  • March 16, 2015

    Dr. Orlando Hernandez, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering and department chair, and Dr. Lisa Grega, associate professor of mechanical engineering and coordinator, consulted with the School of Humanities and Social Science in the creation of the new Policy and Society specialization under the Engineering Science degree program. This Bachelor of Science option is...

  • April 18, 2013

    (Left-right) Dean Keep presents the 1st Place prize of $12,000 to M&S Guitars: James Seyffart, Alex Matteson, and Tim Pfenninger. 2nd Place went to Campus Corner Laundry and 3rd Place to SurpriseMe at the Finale on April 3rd. (Photo courtesy of Deric Raymond Engineering students had a great presence at the Mayo...

  • April 3, 2013

    Completed Socket Module Prototype with custom printed circuit board Dr. Anthony Deese, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, presented a paper at the International Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE) Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) in Seoul, South Korea. The paper is based on a senior project that students Brain Carrigan, Elliot Stein and...

  • February 25, 2013

    This past summer, three TCNJ students and ten students from other institutions, including international institutions, joined Dr. Anthony Deese on a trip to learn about Australia’s sustainable energy program. The trip is part of TCNJ’s three week Maymester course called Sustainability Australia. The course can be taken as either an engineering or IDS 400 level course...

  • April 17, 2012

    Tech Studies graduate Brain Drelick is the Technology Teacher and Technology Student Associationa (TSA) advisor at High Point Regional High School. As both an advisor and a teacher he has strived to help his students find problems and find ways that technology could solve them. Four of his students took this lesson to heart when...

Accreditation

The Bachelor of Science program in Engineering Policy and Society is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.