Today’s semiconductor discovery will go beyond Electrical Engineering (EE) and involve many other academic disciplines. Found in virtually every product powered by batteries or electricity, but often overlooked, the semiconductor chip sits at the heart of high technology.
College of Engineering-specific resources for navigating our way back to campus in a safe manner during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn the requirements for admission, whether you are entering as a freshman or as a transfer student. You can also apply for admission here.
Find your department and resources to set you up for success. Connect with student clubs, find scholarships, and get started on your career path.
Reconnect with your college, find out what your fellow alumni are up to, and send us your news.
Find resources, forms and policies for getting yourself set up, getting funded, getting current, and getting ahead.
Learn about opportunities for partnerships, endowments, grants, and more. Read the latest College of Engineering Strategic Plan.
Find out what we offer to your students, how to visit, and how University credit works.
Instructional design provides support to our faculty on re-designing courses with technology and applying best practices for teaching and learning.
New U.S. News Rankings Place SJSU at Top of Many in the West
Nationally, the Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering remains a powerhouse, ranking #6 among public universities — and #12 overall (up three spots from 2023 rankings) — on the Best Undergraduate Engineering Program – Non-Doctorate list.
Turbocharge Your Education
The College of Engineering hosts a variety of events for engineering students throughout the school year. We host movie nights, club fairs, hackathons, National Engineering Week (in February) and three different lecture series, where guest speakers from successful careers give inspiration and insight to our own future leaders.
The GO program is the Engineering Dean’s way to nudge you into attending that lecture you heard about, joining that club, or setting aside that time you know you’ll need to work on your LinkedIn profile. Each of these actions (and so many more) could actually help you on the path to your career.
There are a lot of opinions swirling around how, when and why to get an internship. For this series of articles, the College of Engineering teamed up with the Career Center to address some important myths or assumptions that might be steering you off course.
There are more than twenty events just for sophomores! Meet professors, manage your time, study abroad and more. Check this page frequently and schedule the zoom calls. The mission of the Spartan Sophomore Success Program is to help students transition from their first year to their second year and provide a series of events to help increase their social, personal, professional and academic development.