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Undergraduate recruitment recorded webinars

Discover the programs and opportunities available at ASU and the Fulton Schools of Engineering, through our recorded webinars. To engage in our visits and events, explore

Fulton Ambassador Coffee Chats

Fulton Ambassadors are Fulton Schools students who volunteer their time to promote the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. They represent all undergraduate degree programs in the Fulton Schools and share the ASU experience from a student’s perspective. Each month the Fulton Ambassadors will share advice on different topics, such as how to choose a major, busting myths and misconceptions, how to get involved on campus, and how to be a successful engineering and technology student at ASU.

Fall 2020 Coffee Chat: Welcome to the Fulton Schools!
Hear first-hand testimonial about student experiences. This includes student’s study habits, tips for remote learning, tips for excelling in extracurricular involvement, and perspective about the pros and cons of each campus. Watch or listen to the chat today!

Undergraduate Degree Program Videos 

Here in the Fulton Schools of Engineering we offer 25 undergraduate programs with 24 concentrations, hosted on 2 of ASU’s campuses plus online. Each degree program is housed within one of our six Schools, providing students with an interdisciplinary education, award winning faculty, degree-specific advising teams and extensive resources and opportunities. Degree programs at the Fulton Schools of Engineering are accredited by ABET, American Council for Construction and the Aviation Accreditation Board. The degree videos listed below provide an overview of each discipline, including a curriculum overview and testimonial from a current student. Explore the videos below to find the program that is the right fit for you. 

School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering

ProgramDegreeCourse PlanLocationDegree Video
Biomedical engineering
BSEMajor mapTempeBiomedical engineering

School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering

ProgramDegreeCourse PlanLocationDegree Video
Electrical engineering
Students may choose a concentration:
• Electric power and energy
BSEMajor map
Major map, electric power and energy
Tempe, OnlineElectrical engineering
Electrical engineering (electric power and energy)

School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy

School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment

The Polytechnic School

ProgramDegreeCourse PlanLocationDegree Videos
Aeronautical management technology
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
PolytechnicAMT (air traffic management)
AMT (air transportation management)
AMT (professional flight)
AMT (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
BASMajor map, aviation
Major map, graphic information technology
Major map, internet and web development
Major map, operations management
PolytechnicApplied Science
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 & resource managementBSMajor mapPolytechnicEnvironmental and resource management
Graphic information technology
Students may choose a concentration:
• user experience
BSMajor map, graphic information technology
Major map, graphic information technology (online)
Major map, user experience
Polytechnic, OnlineGraphic information technology
Graphic information technology (User Experience)
Human systems engineering
Students may choose a concentration:
• User experience
BSMajor mapPolytechnicHuman systems engineering
Human systems engineering (User Experience)
Information technologyBSMajor map
Major map, online
Polytechnic, OnlineInformation technology
Manufacturing engineeringBSMajor mapPolytechnicManufacturing engineering
Technological entrepreneurship and managementBSMajor map
Major map, online
Polytechnic, OnlineTechnological entrepreneurship and management

More to Explore – October 2020 

This free conference-style event is designed to allow you to explore the opportunities at ASU and get all your questions answered about ASU’s academic programs, involvement opportunities, housing and more. Below are the Fulton Schools’ More to Explore sessions, hosted by students, faculty and staff. 

SessionSession Host Session Description
EPICS: Human-centered Design for Community Impact EPICS Faculty The Engineering Projects in Community Service Engineering Projects in Community Service program, known as EPICS, is a national award-winning social entrepreneurship program. Teams design, build and deploy systems to solve engineering-based problems for charities, schools and other nonprofit organizations. Our students aren’t waiting to graduate to make a difference — they are tackling relevant problems today.
Biomedical Engineering: The Limitless Way to Improve Health Care and the Human ConditionSchool of Biological and Health Systems EngineeringThis session will feature information about the biomedical engineering undergraduate program and the 4+1 program. You will have an opportunity to learn about biomedical engineering research areas and core courses in the curriculum, and discuss questions with faculty, staff and current students.
Discovering Engineering and Technology Programs at ASUFulton Schools Outreach and Recruitment Are you interested in becoming an engineer or computer programmer, or working with artificial intelligence? Discover the 25 different degree programs offered on the Tempe and Polytechnic campuses, and how to customize your experience through the Fulton Difference. Learn how to select a discipline within the Fulton Schools and explore options to accelerate your path to graduation.
Environmental Engineering and Sustainable FuturesSchool of Sustainable Engineering and the Built EnvironmentThis session will review the grand challenges facing society and explore how environmental engineers can play a key role in developing and implementing sustainable solutions.
More Than Just Circuits: Get to Know More About Electrical Engineering at ASU and Where it Can Take YouSchool of Electrical, Computer and Energy EngineeringFaculty and advisors from the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering will discuss their degree programs, research themes and curriculum. They will shine a spotlight on what to expect from an electrical engineering program and how to prepare in high school. Faculty will also highlight Python applications in electrical engineering to show you how our students apply their knowledge in their professional environments and beyond.
Make it Happen!Dr. Brent Sebold, Entrepreneurship + Innovation at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of EngineeringDo you want an edge in your future career? Do you want to make an impact? Come learn tips and tricks from the pros to advance your career, life and ideas — and make it happen.
Explore the Computing Disciplines within the Fulton SchoolsSchool of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems EngineeringAre you interested in a computing discipline, but not sure which program is the right fit for you? In this session, we will explore computing disciplines in the Fulton Schools and help you find the program that fits you and your goals best.
The Spectrum of STEM: Explore Majors and Student OpportunitiesThe Fulton Schools of Engineering and The College of Liberal Arts and SciencesAre you interested in pushing boundaries, adapting to new challenges and making important research contributions that impact the world? From microbiology and civil engineering to computer science and earth and space exploration, ASU has the widest range of programs available in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Learn more about the diverse programs and opportunities available in The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the Tempe campus and the Fulton Schools of Engineering.
Undergraduate Research in the Fulton SchoolsFulton Schools Student Success and Engagement Access to research activities from students’ first semester is a core value of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. First-year students collaborate on use-inspired research with highly regarded faculty through doctoral candidates, advancing their skills in innovation, independent thinking and problem-solving to support their future pursuits. Learn more about the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative and Grand Challenges Scholars Program at this session.
We Built That! Exploring the Del E. Webb School of ConstructionDel E. Webb School of ConstructionThe Del E. Webb School of Construction is one of the top construction programs in the world. Our program teaches students to organize, lead and manage the building process. Today’s construction executives carry large responsibilities and impact lives on a daily basis. As new technologies are introduced, the process of construction is changing rapidly and providing ever-expanding opportunities for the industry. Learn more about our program and the new technologies that are changing the way we build.
Human Systems Engineering: Working at the Intersection of Psychology, Design and Engineering to Find Innovative Solutions to Today’s ChallengesThe Polytechnic SchoolThis presentation will provide information on the field of human systems engineering. We will discuss degree program requirements, the skills you'll learn, and the opportunities available to you.
Living in a Materials World: Exploring the World of Materials Science and EngineeringSchool for Engineering of Matter, Transport and EnergyImagine studying and researching in a single program that allows you to use your knowledge in a number of different industries. That’s exactly what a degree in materials science offers students, with its influence in everything from nanotechnology to aerospace to biomaterials. In this session, our faculty will explore the opportunities offered to those who study materials engineering at ASU, and why our program may be a great fit for you!