The SDSU College of Engineering, as part of a Hispanic-serving institution residing on Kumeyaay land, is committed to creating a safe, equitable and an inclusive working and learning environment that promotes mutual respect for each and every member of the College. Please click on College of Engineering Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for full diversity statement.
SDSU Women in Engineering Program
We aspire to produce engineers who are both internationally minded and culturally aware with many opportunities to study around the globe. We also welcome hundreds of international students every year from around the globe who are studying for a degree, on exchange programs, or are visiting research scholars.
MESA students engage in "high impact" experiences, such as undergraduate research, first year seminar, learning communities and leadership development. The goal of the program is to enhance student engagement and graduate diverse students in the STEM fields.
The SDSU College of Extended Studies provides career advancement training, personal enrichment courses, and English language programs to local, national, and international students.
SDSU’s engineering faculty have expertise in a wide range of engineering specialties.
Troops to Engineers is how SDSU's College of Engineering provides special services to our student veterans.
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When William E. Leonhard, Jr. came to San Diego to earn an engineering degree in 1959, he did not know much about San Diego State University or where his degree would take him.
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SDSU’s College of Engineering is committed to addressing the critical shortage of engineers in the 21st century workforce through our K-12 Initiatives.
Facts at a Glance
Our Facts at a Glance will give you a quick overview of the college of Engineering programs and statistics.
Engineering Information Brochure
Explore Engineering's research and lab activities, professional societies, student organizations, extracurricular activities and exciting community and outreach programs.
Interdisciplinary research is the future, and SDSU is ready to go there.