Engineering - Geneva College, a Christian College in Pennsylvania (PA)


Why choose Engineering at Geneva?

Graduates of our general engineering program are able to design effective solutions to engineering problems in accord with applicable standards, understand the mathematics and physical phenomena relevant to their fields and how these relate to a Christian worldview, and recognize state-of-the-art engineering equipment and methods relevant to their field.

  • Geneva is one of the only 15 CCCU schools in the nation that offers an ABET-accredited, four-year, engineering program
  • Engineering practice is interdisciplinary, and our general program provides broad exposure to the field
  • Our students work with industrial and governmental clients through Geneva's Pinkerton Center for Technology Development
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  • Students can participate in national intercollegiate competitions like Solar Splash boating, Baja SAE all-terrain vehicle and Steel Bridge Design
  • Our engineering program has national rankings - Top 100 program in the nation by U.S. News & World Report
The professor described how we, as engineers, have a responsibility to use our skills and talents to design things that will help mankind and protect the earth.” David Howell, Mechanical Engineering Grad


What degree options are available at Geneva?

B.S. IN ENGINEERING (BSE), with a concentration in:

  • BIOMEDICAL - Design, manufacture and ensure safe operation of prostheses, various diagnostic and therapeutic medical devices, imaging equipment, equipment for regenerative tissue growth, and equipment for pharmaceutical drug delivery
  • CHEMICAL - Discover and manufacture better plastics, paints, fuels, medicines and other chemicals by carrying out chemical reactions and purifications
  • CIVIL - Design, construct and operate physical works, as well as city and regional planning
  • COMPUTER - Design, construct, implement and maintain computers and computer-controlled equipment
  • ELECTRICAL - Apply electricity, magnetism and light to develop products and services
  • ENVIRONMENTAL - Design pollution control technologies and environmental monitoring systems, as well as environmentally friendly products
  • MECHANICAL - Design, manufacture and operate components, devices and systems, including vehicles, appliances and many other products

What can I do with an engineering degree from Geneva?

  • Environmental, materials, chemical or biomedical engineering
  • Geotechnical, structural, public works, water treatment or transportation engineering
  • Consumer electronics, computer systems or information technology
  • Work on engineering projects - Geneva grads work for employers like IBM, General Electric, Westinghouse, and Pratt and Whitney Aircraft
  • Attend graduate school - Geneva grads have been accepted at Princeton, the University of Pittsburgh, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and Ohio State University, among other top-notch programs

What are some classes I might take at Geneva?

  • Solid Mechanics
  • Engineering Thermodynamics
  • Christian Ethics and Engineering
  • Linear Circuit Analysis

Academic Organizations

  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
  • Chemistry Club
  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
  • Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

Key Experienced and Accomplished Faculty

John Stahl
James Gidley
Dave Clark
Ian Fillinger
Staff Support Engineer
Karen Mlynarski
Administrative Assistant
Murat Tanyel
David Shaw
Mark Tronzo
Associate Professor
Vitaliy Saykin
Associate Professor
William Barlow
Associate Professor
Anthony Comer
Associate Professor, Department Chair
Mark Kennedy
Christopher Jobes

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Highly Ranked by U.S. News and World Report
Geneva College is ranked among the Top 100 Engineering Program in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.

of Geneva graduates have jobs or are in graduate school one year after graduation.