Programs

The School of Engineering, Computing and Construction Management offers three majors all leading to Bachelor of Science degrees as well as a number of minors and a master's degree in Construction Management. While programs in SECCM are highly structured, there is flexibility through elective courses—especially in Engineering where students can specialize in any one of a number of related areas. All programs of study offer a plethora of hands-on learning opportunities.

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  • Computer Science Major, Minor

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    Computer Science

    Computer Science is about more than performing calculations and learning specific programming languages -- it’s about precision, problem solving and creating technology services and solutions that will work in an increasingly complex future. With coursework that combines solid theory, real-world practice and specialization options, RWU students are ready for high-demand career fields from app developers to data structures and systems analysts.

  • Construction Management Major, Minor, Master's Degree

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    Construction Management

    The accredited Construction Management program at RWU prepares future leaders of residential, commercial and highway building. Through classes, labs and hands-on projects in engineering, business, math, science, law and liberal arts, you’ll learn how to manage construction projects from start to finish -- including scheduling, budgeting, choosing materials and safely supervising people. That’s why construction employers regularly report that our graduates exceed expectations for performance.

    Hybrid, On Campus, Online

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  • Engineering Major, Minor

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    Engineering

    Engineering at RWU is unique in its structure: a broad, liberal arts-infused foundation of math, science and engineering layered with an in-depth specialization in civil, computer, electrical or mechanical engineering or a customized study. Through this accredited program, you’ll develop the creativity and flexibility to solve practical problems that benefit humanity in our complex and rapidly changing world.

    On Campus