Vaughn College’s bachelor degree programs in engineering and engineering technology include mechatronic engineering, mechanical engineering, electronic engineering technology with an avionics or general electronics concentration, and mechanical engineering program in computer-aided design or aeronautical options. The mechatronic engineering bachelor of science degree is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. Both the electronic engineering technology and mechanical engineering technology degrees are accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET.
- Engineering: Electrical Engineering
- Engineering: Mechatronic Engineering
- Engineering: Mechanical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering Technology – Aeronautical
- Mechanical Engineering Technology-(Computer-Aided Design)
- Electronic Engineering Technology – Avionics
- Electronic Engineering Technology – General Electronics
The study of electrical engineering involves many aspects of electrical components and systems. With the rapid development of technology in the information era, the ever-growing demand for electronic parts and systems requires more well-trained individuals to design, develop and produce new components for the technical challenges imposed upon us today. The BS developed at Vaughn College is intended to meet this demand and prepare students to succeed in industrial careers or pursuing higher degree in the academic research community.
Engineering: Mechatronic Engineering Bachelor of Science (BS) Degree
New York’s first bachelor degree program in mechatronic engineering, which combines mechanical, electrical and computer engineering. Vaughn’s rigorous program provides students with the knowledge and experience they need to work in the aerospace, automotive, computer, communications and other high-tech industries. The program includes a strong foundation in electronic and mechanical engineering, an advanced liberal arts curriculum, specialized electives and real-time projects provided by Vaughn’s industry advisory council of leading technology manufacturers.This program is is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
The rigorous program has several objectives: It provides a link between academia and industry; and provides students with the knowledge of analytical, computational and experimental methods. Graduates will have the ability to evaluate these methods for use in practical situations.
Core courses include a strong foundation in mechanical engineering and electronics. Students then choose electives in engineering analysis, design and computer programming. In the last two semesters of the program, students will work on design projects related to mechatronics components development. The program instills a broad-based understanding of the fundamental technical subject areas associated with mechatronics engineering so students are ready for immediate employment in industry or graduate study.
The mechanical engineering BS degree will provide students with a strong foundation in engineering analysis and design, the knowledge and experience in analytical, computational, and experimental methods, and the ability to evaluate these approaches for use in a given practical situation. Students will be introduced to the reliability and safety analysis of engineering components, exposed to the design process throughout the curriculum. Technical computer-aided design and computer-aided engineering courses, such as CATIA, Patran-Nastran, Engineering Analysis with MATLAB, and Finite Element Analysis with MATLAB are developed in this program to satisfy the need of engineering industries as well as to provide our students with the knowledge and technology to design and evaluate the components of an engineering system. Graduates will be well qualified to obtain position in any engineering industry.
The goals of the engineering and technology department for developing this program is to provide students with strong foundation in engineering mechanics, mathematics, computer-aided design and fundamental of engineering as well as to provide them with knowledge and experience in analytical, computational, and experimental methods, and the ability to design and evaluate these approaches for use in a given situation.
Mechanical engineering is one of the high demand engineering disciplines in industry. Today, mechanical engineers are employed in a wide variety of engineering fields for a wide range of engineering tasks, such as, structural analysis, engineering design, HVAC, engineering reliability, vibration analysis, fluid-dynamics, computer-aided design, automation engineering, and robotics, to name a few.
The mechanical engineering technology BS degree with aeronautical option offers a solid foundation in all phases of aeronautical computer-aided design, 3-D graphics, animation and multimedia using a leading design program CATIA-Computer-Aided Three-Dimensional Interactive Application-and software such as MATLAB, Solid Edge and design analysis software Patran-Nastran. Graduates of this program, accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, will find their skills applicable to a multitude of computer- and engineering-related fields, such as construction, architecture and aeronautics.
The mechanical engineering technology bachelor degree with CAD option enables student to become proficient in all phases of computer-aided design, 3-D graphics, animation and multimedia with Computer-Aided Three-Dimensional Interactive Application (CATIA) classes and CATIA training. This option emphasizes 3-D graphics using CATIA software for the design and analysis of structures. Graduates of this program, accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, will find their skills applicable to a multitude of computer- and engineering-related fields, such as construction, architecture and aeronautics in addition to graphic design and advertising.
Developed to enable students to become proficient in the sophisticated aviation electronics systems found on board commercial, corporate and private aircraft, this four-year program stresses the fundamentals of engineering, science and technology as they apply to today’s aircraft. Its curriculum, accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, provides in-depth application of theory and physical sciences to advanced avionics technology such as electrical circuits, digital electronics, aircraft communication/navigation systems together with avionics installation and maintenance, as well as integrated logistics support. To graduate, students also must pass a qualifying exam in courses AVT250 (license review courses) for the General Radio Telephone Operator License from the Federal Communications Commission. Vaughn College is a member of the Federal Aviation Administration’s College Training Initiative, giving students and graduates an inside track on employment with the organization.
This course is designed to meet the ever-growing demand for skilled professionals who can conceive, design, develop and produce answers to modern technical problems. Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, this four-year program contains a wide range of technology courses, combined with liberal arts and basic science courses, technical electives and advanced courses in applied mathematics. Graduating engineering technologists are sought by leading companies to fill positions as electronic technicians, field service engineers, technical sales representatives, customer service engineers, reliability engineers and technical writers.