College of Science and Engineering
Our world is driven by science, engineering and technology – and this college is your gateway to a wide variety of exciting and rewarding careers in those fields.
Though our academic programs, research opportunities, real-world experiences and unique facilities, you will be inspired to join the next generation of innovative scientists and engineers.
Around the College
Titled “The Scene,” our newsletter highlights the accomplishments of students, faculty, staff and programs in the College of Science and Engineering.
From the Hunter Strain Engineering Labs, Angelo State Natural History Collections and new ASU Greenhouse to our 6,000-acre MIR Center/ASU Ranch, our science and engineering facilities are second to none. These are just some of the facilities where you will gain valuable hands-on experience in your chosen field.
We oversee the Pathway for Inspiring, Enriching and Recruiting (PIER) program to provide direct exposure to the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields for under-represented students at secondary schools and colleges. This initiative is critical for improving recruitment and retention of STEM students in West Texas.
- <div class="wide-block quote-block "><div class="quote-block__image"><picture> <source type="image/webp" srcset="/live/image/gid/315/width/580/height/430/crop/1/src_region/163,172,2719,2731/42071_COM_1199.rev.1602704088.webp 1x"/> <source type="image/jpeg" srcset="/live/image/gid/315/width/580/height/430/crop/1/src_region/163,172,2719,2731/42071_COM_1199.rev.1602704088.jpg 1x"/> <img src="/live/image/gid/315/width/580/height/430/crop/1/src_region/163,172,2719,2731/42071_COM_1199.rev.1602704088.jpg" alt="professional smiling at students" loading="lazy"/> </picture> </div><div class="quote-block__content"><div class="quote-block__quote"><blockquote><p> “The engineering department is committed to graduating practice-ready engineers who have been given every opportunity to practice their technical training and develop the broader skills needed to apply that training in the workplace. By the time I graduated, I was already working in my chosen field as a civil engineer and had received an offer to stay on with the company after graduation.”</p></blockquote></div><div class="quote-block__caption"><p><strong>Caleb Miller</strong>, Class of 2018, Civil Engineering</p></div></div></div>