School of Engineering and Technology
Welcome to the School of Engineering and Technology
Hampton University is long recognized as a leader among Historically Black Colleges and Universities in Architecture, Aviation, and Engineering programs and our communities of undergraduate and professional scholars work intimately with faculty to expand their experiences in education, service, and research. The programs within the School lead to baccalaureate degrees in Aviation and Engineering, as well as to the degree of Master of Architecture.
Why Hampton University School of Engineering and Technology?
The success of our school is hinged upon our commitment to prepare students for meaningful careers within the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics field and to instill a strong sense of social awareness and responsibility to the public. The departments within the School of Engineering and Technology look for connections across the architecture, aviation, and engineering in our curricular and research activities and have established themselves with high-quality programs with a national reputation for outstanding graduates.
The Olin Engineering Building – home of the School of Engineering and Technology – is a place where cutting edge technology meets history. Sharing grounds with the inspirational heritage site of the Emancipation Oak, it provides a balanced setting for learning and development deeply rooted in the past.
Chemical Engineering Senior, Alyssa Seunarine, makes strides in development of Potassium Biosensors for Trauma Patients