- Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical engineers apply engineering tools to meet the technological needs of the health care industry. Graduates of Bucknell’s biomedical engineering program will be well prepared to choose careers in the medical device field, pharmaceutical or biotech industries, or to pursue advanced degrees leading to careers in medicine or research.
- Chemical Engineering
Chemical engineers are experts in designing and analyzing products and systems which make use of chemical, physical, and/or biological transformations of raw materials.
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
Bucknell's Civil & Environmental Engineering program equips its graduates to be infrastructure leaders. Civil & Environmental engineers plan, design, construct and maintain the roads, bridges, buildings, pipelines and treatment systems that enable a high quality of life and a sustainable society.
- Computer Science
One of the first universities to introduce computer science into its curriculum - in 1957 - Bucknell continues its commitment to providing students with a state-of-the-art computer science curriculum.
- Electrical Engineering
Electrical engineers solve problems involving electrical and electronic devices and systems. Bucknell electrical engineering graduates are well prepared to pursue careers in the areas of robotics; digital and computer technology; consumer electronics; automotive electronics; power generation and transmission, including renewable energy systems; information systems; communications hardware; audio, visual, and digital signal processing; and many others.
- Mechanical Engineering
The mechanical engineering program at Bucknell University prepares students for careers in a variety of fields including alternative energy, manufacturing, spacecraft design, medical device development, and robotics.