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School of Integrated Engineering

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering welcomes its newest school at the West Valley campus.

New SIE degree programs

The School of Integrated Engineering is now accepting applications for two new degree programs for the fall 2024 semester.

Earn a bachelor of science in engineering science — a flexible, multidisciplinary program that integrates a foundation in math, science and engineering. There are two concentrations available.

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Engineering science (business), BS

This BS program prepares students to solve the most demanding problems facing society. The innovation-focused interdisciplinary education inclusive of students with a wide range of prior science and math backgrounds.

Coursework emphasizes basic engineering and business principles including engineering design, artificial intelligence, business intelligence, accounting, supply chain management and ground theory in hands-on, project-based courses taught in makerspaces.

Interdisciplinary faculty members work with students to solve practical problems in partnership with local industry.

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Engineering science (microelectronics), BS

This BS program prepares students to excel in the microelectronics industry.

Students initially master fundamental mathematics, coding, digital design and physics while also learning how engineers solve problems and consider societal and business aspects of their work.

Students will progressively learn about how complex microelectronic circuits are designed and fabricated, as well as testing methods.

Students also complete a year-long capstone project with their peers and a faculty mentor.

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A third Fulton Schools degree option at the West Valley campus

The School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence is offering a bachelor of arts in computer science.

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Meet Interim Director Shawn Jordan

Shawn Jordan, interim director of the School of Integrated Engineering, explains its mission to integrate engineering expertise into a wider range of industries and professions.

ASU West Valley expansion news

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Opening pathways to empowering engineering expertise

New Fulton Schools degree programs designed to boost economy and quality of life in West Valley communities.

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ASU’s West campus expanding to serve the evolving West Valley

Governor, other policymakers among hundreds at event celebrating launch of new schools in forensics, business and engineering; 2 new buildings.

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ASU Engineering’s westward expansion

Fulton Schools bringing engineering education, expanded resources and bigger aspirations to ASU’s West Valley campus.

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Take a tour of the West Valley campus

Learn about the ASU West Valley academic programs and campus. See a video tour, hear a podcast, find out about events and more!