As a student in the Engineering Science program, you will choose from one of three specializations. Each specialization builds on earlier system theory and design courses, which provide a foundation of engineering breadth and technical excellence.
Biomedical Engineers blend traditional engineering techniques with biological sciences and medicine to improve the quality of human health and life. In this specialty, Loyola students learn how to develop, verify, and validate robust software for current and future medical devices.
Computer Engineers conceive and develop the next wave of computing advances, innovations, and devices. In this specialty, Loyola students learn how to design chips for the semiconductor industry.
Environmental Engineers apply engineering principles to design systems that maintain and improve the quality of our world's resources. Inspired by our location on Lake Michigan, Loyola students learn environmental analysis and management for the wastewater treatment industry.