San Diego State University College of Engineering

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San Diego State University, College of Engineering provides San Diego State University students with undergraduate and graduate engineering education.

The College of Engineering has seven programs which are ABET accredited: Aerospace Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Construction Engineering. For up-to-date information on ABET accreditation, go to http://www.abet.org/AccredProgramSearch/AccreditationSearch.aspx

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Departments[edit]

The College of Engineering includes several academic departments:

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Bioengineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Construction Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

Institutes/Research Centers[edit]

  • Communication Systems and Signal Processing Institute
  • Concrete Materials Research Institute
  • Energy Engineering Institute

Facilities[edit]

  • Combustion and Solar Energy Research Laboratory (CSEL)
  • Energy Analysis Diagnostic Center
  • Environmental Engineering Research Laboratories
  • Facility for Applied Manufacturing Enterprise (FAME)
  • Geo-Innovations Research Laboratory
  • High Speed and Low Speed Wind Tunnels
  • Powder Technology Laboratory
  • Real-Time DSP and FPGA Development Laboratory
  • San Diego Center for Materials Research
  • Soil Erosion Research Laboratory
The San Diego State University Soil Erosion Research Laboratory (SDSU/SERL) integrates beneficial features from some of the premier soil erosion research facilities in the United States. The indoor laboratory facility consists of a tilting soil-test bed, portable overhead rainfall simulators, and a water treatment and storage system. This facility is the only one of its kind in the West Coast.
Lee, Mike, "At San Diego State's soil erosion lab, the rain is feigned, but the results are real," Thursday, January 18, 2007, Union-Tribune newspaper (San Diego, CA)

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Coordinates: 32°46′39″N 117°4′14″W / 32.77750°N 117.07056°W / 32.77750; -117.07056