Siena’s engineering programs give students an advantage because they attain the benefits of a liberal arts education with focused studies in engineering. Students learn to think critically, communicate effectively and develop a comprehensive grasp of the principles and techniques of engineering.
Siena major options include:
- Applied Physics
- Computer Science
Siena's Applied Physics major brings together scholars in the areas of engineering, physics, computer science, and math to help you understand the science that engineering supports—preparing you to transition directly to the workforce, or pursue graduate work in engineering or physics.
Our cooperative program with Clarkson Graduate College School of Engineering allows students to earn a master’s of engineering in electrical engineering, energy systems and engineering management. Students complete 4 years at Siena, earning a bachelor’s degree in physics. By beginning graduate classes during their senior year, students are able to complete the master’s program in one additional year from Clarkson University.
Students in the 3/2 cooperative engineering program spend their first 3 years at Siena and then transfer to an affiliated engineering school to complete an additional 2 years. At the end of 4 years, the student receives their bachelor's from Siena, and at the end of five years, the student receives a BE from the affiliates school.
- Binghamton University
- Clarkson University
- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
- Western New England College
No matter which path our students choose to take one thing is certain—Saints succeed in their careers.