Undergraduate degree programs

Find your future at the Fulton Schools

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Undergraduate degree programs

Find your future at the Fulton Schools

Why get my engineering degree at ASU?

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at ASU is one of the largest and most comprehensive engineering programs in the United States. We offer:

  • Over 25 undergraduate programs including several online.
  • Undergraduate program ranks #24 for U.S. public universities.
  • Engineering classes your first year.
  • Accelerated degrees: earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in four or five years.
  • 60+ engineering student organizations and student professional societies.
  • Extensive undergraduate research programs.
  • Entrepreneurial opportunities.
  • Internship and career support.
  • 299 sunny days per year to enjoy ASU and the thriving Phoenix metropolitan area!

This is just the beginning. You can customize your experience to get the most out of your Fulton Schools degree!

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Diversity and inclusion are core values

Learn how ASU and the Fulton Schools advance ASU’s inclusive charter by putting diversity and inclusion into practice every day.

Before you browse, you should know


What do BS, BSE and BAS mean?

BS: Bachelor of Science

BSE: Bachelor of Science in Engineering

BAS: Bachelor of Applied Science
The BAS is an undergraduate degree for transfer students that compliments and supplements an accredited AAS degree.


What does “Accelerated degree options” mean?

Most of our bachelor’s degrees have an accelerated option, in which you can earn bachelor’s or even master’s degree at an accelerated pace. Some programs even start before you leave high school, so check them out today!

Learn more about accelerated degrees


Are online and in-person degrees the same?

Yes! Whether you get your Fulton Schools degree online or in person, you will get the same high-quality degree.

Why are there separate major maps for online degrees? Most online degree programs do not follow the traditional semester schedule, so online degree major maps follow a typical online schedule.

We offer degrees through our seven schools

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering consists of seven schools. Each school offers degree programs that are related in discipline and research opportunities to provide our students the best, most integrated experience possible.

Below you can learn about our seven schools and the programs offered in each.

You can also read our undergraduate degrees brochure as a handy reference to all our programs.

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We offer degrees through our seven schools

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering consists of seven schools. Each school offers degree programs that are related in discipline and research opportunities to provide our students the best, most integrated experience possible.

Below you can learn about our seven schools and the programs offered in each.

You can also read our undergraduate degrees brochure as a handy reference to all our programs.

Degrees by School

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School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering

In ASU’s School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering (SBHSE), you will learn to apply the principles of engineering and the life sciences to improve human health. You’ll engage in research that’s making a difference today, working alongside our world-class faculty in state-of-the-art labs.

Your ASU biomedical engineering degree will prepare you to work in some of the fastest growing career fields. Whether you want to start a company, discover new therapies, create engineered gene networks, research brain-machine interfaces, develop virtual reality-based rehabilitation engines or grow new organs, you can start your journey at ASU with our biomedical engineering degree.

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ProgramDegreeCourse PlanLocationDegree Video
Biomedical engineering
Students must choose a concentration:
• Biological devices
• Biomedical devices
BSEMajor map, biological devices
Major map, biomedical devices
TempeBiomedical engineering, biological devices
Biomedical engineering, biomedical devices

SBHSE accelerated degree options


Degree program

Biomedical engineering, BSE


Tempe campus

Students must choose a concentration:

Biomedical engineering (biological devices), BSE

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Major map, biological devices concentration



Biomedical engineering (biomedical devices), BSE

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Major map, biomedical devices concentration


SBHSE accelerated degree options


 

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School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence

The School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence (SCAI) prepares the next generation of innovators in the fields of computer science, computer systems engineering, engineering management, informatics and software engineering.

You will gain knowledge and skills to address some of the greatest challenges faced by an increasingly digital society, such as how to create reliable and secure information systems that are the backbone of modern industry and how to collect, manage and convert data into usable information.

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Which computing degree is right for me?

ASU and the Fulton Schools offer many computing-related degrees. Discover which fits you best.

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Which computing degree is right for me?

ASU and the Fulton Schools offer many computing-related degrees. Discover which fits you best.

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School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering

ASU’s School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering (ECEE) prepares students to create new technologies by combining the laws of electricity and principles of engineering. You’ll learn to design solutions that will benefit the world — from entertainment and communication to health care and the environment.

Our dynamic electrical engineering curriculum provides you the opportunity to gain hands-on experience understanding problems, creating models and testing solutions for optimal efficiency for electronic products and parts.

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Jesus Pena and Jay Oswald work together on a research project to improve engineering education.

School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy

Your studies in ASU’s School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy (SEMTE) will prepare you to use fundamental physics, thermodynamics, structural mechanics and control systems to develop new technologies.

You’ll learn to transform matter and energy into resources and products for use in everyday life; use computational tools to design aircraft and spacecraft; and improve the properties and performance of materials for a variety of industries.

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School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks

The School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks (MSN) is the newest of the Fulton Schools and is located at the Polytechnic campus. Degrees offered through MSN prepare you to tackle the next generation of engineering challenges essential to sustaining global economic growth, strengthening supply chains and transforming manufacturing systems.

You will experience the MSN “real-world curriculum” and gain the skills needed to impact the future of work, industry 4.0, human-machine teaming and systems engineering.

With access to the research excellence of our faculty and industry partners, you will graduate career-ready — equipped with the tools you need to meet emerging societal needs.

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Civil engineering student Emily Alcazar worked to advance the current state of 3D-printed concrete in Professor Narayanan Neithalath’s lab for a future of faster, cheaper and cleaner construction. Photographer: Jessica Hochreiter/ASU

School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment

The School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment (SSEBE) offers a unique blend of coursework in civil, environmental and construction engineering and construction management to prepare students for careers in the construction industry. You’ll learn to plan, design and implement projects in the built environment and incorporate sustainable engineering practices.

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Civil engineering student Emily Alcazar worked to advance the current state of 3D-printed concrete in Professor Narayanan Neithalath’s lab for a future of faster, cheaper and cleaner construction. Photographer: Jessica Hochreiter/ASU
An undergraduate student sits in The Polytechnic School's flight simulator, at a computer and wearing a headset

The Polytechnic School

You can become an innovator that solves real-world problems by earning a degree at The Polytechnic School. The Polytechnic School degree programs follow hands-on, project-based curricula that provide knowledge and experience simultaneously.

Transfer student? Take your career to the next level by enrolling in one of our bachelor of applied science (BAS) degree options. Our BAS programs are your custom-designed pathway to a bachelor’s degree, including three fully online options.

The Polytechnic School is located on ASU’s Polytechnic campus, comprising 600 acres of beautiful desert arboretum near Mesa. You’ll enjoy a small-campus feel while getting your degree from ASU: the #1 school for innovation!

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Which computing degree is right for me?

ASU and the Fulton Schools offer many computing-related degrees. Discover which fits you best.

An undergraduate student sits in The Polytechnic School's flight simulator, at a computer and wearing a headset

Which computing degree is right for me?

ASU and the Fulton Schools offer many computing-related degrees. Discover which fits you best.

ProgramDegreeCourse PlanLocationDegree Videos
Aeronautical management technology (Aviation)

What is aeronautical management technology? Aviation.
At ASU, we offer four aviation degree options under our aeronautical management technology program. Each concentration is unique. Hear directly from aviation students and advisors in The Fulton Schools Explores: Aviation Programs. Prefer to read about it? Download our Aviation program booklet.

Students must choose a concentration:
• Air traffic management
• Air transportation management
• Professional flight
• Unmanned aerial systems
BSMajor map, air traffic management
Major map, air transportation management
Major map, professional flight
Major map, unmanned aerial systems
PolytechnicAviation (air traffic management)
Aviation (air transportation management)
Aviation (professional flight)
Aviation (unmanned aerial systems)
Applied science (for students who have completed an AAS degree)
Students must choose a concentration:
• Aviation
• Graphic information technology
• Internet and web development
• Operations management

ASU Online graphic information technology BAS page

ASU Online internet and web development BAS page

ASU Online operations management BAS page
BASMajor map, aviation
Major map, graphic information technology
Major map, graphic information technology, online
Major map, internet and web development
Major map, internet and web development, online
Major map, operations management
Major map, operations management, online
Polytechnic, Online (some concentrations)Applied science
Engineering
Students must choose a concentration:
• Automotive systems
• Electrical systems
• Mechanical engineering systems
• Robotics
BSEMajor map
Major map, automotive systems
Major map, electrical systems
Major map, mechanical engineering systems
Major map, robotics
PolytechnicEngineering (automotive systems)
Engineering (electrical systems)
Engineering (mechanical engineering systems)
Engineering (robotics)
Environmental and resource managementBSMajor mapPolytechnicEnvironmental and resource management
Graphic information technology
Students may choose a concentration:
• User experience
• Full-stack web development

ASU Online graphic information technology page

ASU Online graphic information technology (user experience) page

ASU Online graphic information technology (full-stack web development) page
BSMajor map, graphic information technology
Major map, graphic information technology, online
Major map, user experience
Major map, user experience, online
Major map, full-stack web development
Major map, full-stack web development, online
Polytechnic, OnlineGraphic information technology
Graphic information technology (user Experience)
Human systems engineering
Students may choose a concentration:
• User experience

ASU Online human systems engineering page

ASU Online human systems engineering (user experience) page
BSMajor map
Major map, online
Major map, user experience
Major map, user experience, online
Polytechnic, OnlineHuman systems engineering
Human systems engineering (user experience)
Information technology

ASU Online information technology page
BSMajor map
Major map, online
Polytechnic, OnlineInformation technology
Technological entrepreneurship and management

ASU Online technological entrepreneurship and management page
BSMajor map
Major map, online
Polytechnic, OnlineTechnological entrepreneurship and management

TPS accelerated degree options

Degree programs

Aeronautical management technology (Aviation), BS


Polytechnic campus

What is aeronautical management technology? Aviation.
At ASU, we offer four aviation degree options under our aeronautical management technology program. Each concentration is unique. Hear directly from aviation students and advisors in The Fulton Schools Explores: Aviation Programs. Prefer to read about it? Download our Aviation program booklet.

Students must choose a concentration:
• Air traffic management
• Air transportation management
• Professional flight
• Unmanned aerial systems

Aviation (air traffic management), BS

Info video, air traffic management concentration

Major map, air traffic management concentration

Aviation (air transportation management), BS

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Major map, air transportation management concentration

Aviation (professional flight), BS

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Major map, professional flight concentration

Aviation (unmanned aerial systems), BS

Info video, unmanned aerial systems

Major map, unmanned aerial systems concentration

 

Applied science, BAS
(for students who have completed an AAS degree)


Students must choose a concentration:
• Aviation
• Graphic information technology
• Internet and web development
• Operations management

Polytechnic campus
Online (some concentrations)

Info video, all applied science concentrations

Applied science (aviation), BAS

Polytechnic campus
Major map, aviation concentration

Applied science (graphic information technology), BAS

Polytechnic campus
Major map, graphic information technology concentration

Online

ASU Online graphic information technology BAS page

Major map, graphic information technology concentration, online

Applied science (internet and web development), BAS

Polytechnic campus
Major map, internet and web development concentration

Online
Major map, internet and web development concentration, online

ASU Online internet and web development BAS page

Applied science (operations management), BAS

Polytechnic campus
Major map, operations management

Online
Major map, operations management, online

ASU Online operations management BAS page

 

Engineering, BSE


Polytechnic campus (all concentrations)
Students must choose a concentration:
• Automotive systems
• Electrical systems
• Mechanical engineering systems
• Robotics

Major map

Engineering (automotive systems), BSE

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Major map, automotive systems concentration

Engineering (electrical systems), BSE

Info video, electrical systems concentration

Major map, electrical systems concentration

Engineering (mechanical engineering systems), BSE

Info video, mechanical engineering systems concentration

Major map, mechanical engineering systems concentration

Engineering (robotics), BSE

Info video, robotics concentration

Major map, robotics concentration

 

Environmental and resource management, BS


Polytechnic campus

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Major map

 

Graphic information technology, BS


Polytechnic campus (all degree options)
Online (all degree options)

Info video

Major map

Major map, online

ASU Online graphic information technology page

Students may choose a concentration:
• User experience
• Full-stack web development

Graphic Information Technology (user experience), BS

Info video, user experience concentration

Major map, user experience concentration

Major map, user experience concentration, online

ASU Online graphic information technology (user experience) page

Graphic information technology (full-stack web development), BS

Major map, full-stack web development concentration

Major map, full-stack web development concentration, online

ASU Online graphic information technology (full-stack web development) page

 

Human systems engineering, BS


Polytechnic campus (all degree options)
Online (all degree options)

Info video

Major map

Major map, online

ASU Online human systems engineering page

Students may choose a concentration:
• User experience

Human systems engineering (user experience), BS

Info video, user experience concentration

Major map, user experience concentration

Major map, user experience concentration, online

ASU Online human systems engineering (user experience) page

 

Information technology, BS


Polytechnic campus
Online

Info video

Major map

Major map, online

ASU Online information technology page

 

Technological entrepreneurship and management, BS


Polytechnic campus
Online

Info video

Major map

Major map, online

ASU Online technological entrepreneurship and management page

 

TPS accelerated degree options

New! ASU Local

The Fulton Schools now offer several degree programs through ASU Local. ASU Local brings the power of a world-class bachelor’s degree to your neighborhood.

With convenient locations in downtown Los Angeles and Washington D.C., ASU Local students benefit from in-person support while pursuing an ASU Online degree.

ASU Local keeps you in your community so you can grow and give back, right in the heart of your world.

Accreditation and state licensure

The majority of the Fulton Schools degrees are accredited by ABET, the American Council for Construction Education and the Aviation Accreditation Board International according to discipline. Learn about all of our accredited degree programs.

In addition, ASU offers programs that lead to professional licensure with the state of Arizona and may allow graduates to be eligible for licensure in other states.

Students should check the professional licensure list for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering to determine if this program meets requirements in their state. Students should note that not all programs within the Fulton Schools lead to professional licensure.