Small classes. Big opportunities.
At Santa Clara we focus on you.
You are not just a face in the crowd. You’ll work collaboratively with other students in the classroom, in the lab, and in the world. Your professors will help you map out your coursework, make decisions about study abroad and Silicon Valley internships, and guide you as you put learning to practice in your senior design project.
Our Jesuit values set us apart too. We teach you to consider the greater impact of your ideas. We emphasize service to community and strive to develop engineers who are compassionate leaders. The future of innovation and technology is in the hands of engineers. What would you like to do?
Sarah Kate Wilson Receives Prestigious IEEE Award
Electrical Engineering Professor Sarah Kate Wilson was recently honored with the prestigious Harriett B. Rigas Award for significant contributions to engineering education. Read more about this defender of student learning, champion of diversity and inclusion, acclaimed international researcher, and professional activist.
Kitts Receives Brutocao Award for Curriculum Innovation
Mechanical Engineering Professor Christopher Kitts received SCU’s 2018 Brutocao Family Foundation Award for Curriculum Innovation. Cited for creating and revising numerous courses, Kitts was also instrumental in creating the popular Design Thinking Pathway and crafting the innovation, design, and entrepreneurship minor.
Why I Picked Santa Clara University (Santa Clara, California) Nathan Metzger, ’17
US News | Sept. 26, 2017, at 8:00 a.m.
I saw Santa Clara University as a school that would allow me to get hands-on experience in engineering – my major – while also letting me develop other interests. The engineering program is strong. Read More
Every summer the School of Engineering publishes highlights from the academic year. Check out this year's highlights here.
2016-2017 Undergraduate Enrollment by Department
The School of Engineering had 992 total undergraduate students for the 2016-2017 academic year. Check out the deaprtment percentages here.