• Engineering students at EMU

    Intro. to Engineering students design and test solar panels for the campus chicken coop.

  • Engineering students at EMU

    Intro. to Engineering students design and test solar panels for the campus chicken coop.

  • Engineering students at EMU

    Final testing of the solar panels before installation!

  • Engineering students at EMU

    Electronics students practiced basic techniques before building their own projects.

  • Engineering students at EMU

    Electronics students practiced basic techniques before building their own projects.

  • Engineering students at EMU

    Intro. to Engineering students constructed and tested their own bridge designs.

  • Engineering students at EMU

    Intro. to Engineering students constructed and tested their own bridge designs.

  • Engineering students at EMU

    Intro. to Engineering students constructed and tested their own bridge designs.

  • Engineering students at EMU

    First-year engineering major Ben Zook wrote a program to generate and send emails from his cell phone.

  • Both computer science and engineering students enjoy the electronics class.

  • Both computer science and engineering students enjoy the electronics class.

  • Both computer science and engineering students enjoy the electronics class.

  • Computer science students take first and third in national cryptanalysis contest against 47 other teams. Read more…

  • Intro. to Computer Science satisfies the EMU CORE natural science requirement.

  • Intro. to Computer Science satisfies the EMU CORE natural science requirement.

  • EMU students have prepared and presented demonstrations of robots at local high schools.

  • EMU students have prepared and presented demonstrations of robots at local high schools.

  • EMU students have prepared and presented demonstrations of robots at local high schools.

  • Programming class projects, like Madalynn Payne’s “human Pyano” program, provide opportunity for creativity and engagement with classmates.

  • Programming class projects, like Madalynn Payne’s “human Pyano” program, provide opportunity for creativity and engagement with classmates.

  • Programming class projects, like Madalynn Payne’s “human Pyano” program, provide opportunity for creativity and engagement with classmates.

  • Slightly nervous volunteers prepare to become piano keys in Madalynn Payne’s “human Pyano” project.

  • Students participate in Hour of Code to expose people to concepts of programming and show that it doesn’t have to be intimidating.

  • Students participate in Hour of Code to expose people to concepts of programming and show that it doesn’t have to be intimidating.

Mathematical Sciences

Logical analysis, precise measurements, forecasting trends and engineering problems of all sorts have a common thread – mathematics. And math has become an even more powerful tool in the digital age with modern computers and software. Our programs prepare students for graduate study, teaching, and careers in business or industry.

EMU offers a engineering program designed to teach critical thinking skills and prepare you to be part of an inter-connected world through cross-cultural study, an emphasis on sustainability, and using your technical skills to serve the common good.

Small classes with professors who are mentors

Most major courses have fewer than 15 students, so you’ll find professors who are accessible in a way that could not happen at a larger school. EMU professors are mentors who teach valuable skills, of course, but they also make special efforts to relate it to life — and to God’s call for Christian service.

The faculty offices, labs and classrooms are located in the Suter Science Center.

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