Shippensburg University and Shippensburg University Foundation announces naming of Milton & Doreen Morgan School of Engineering and Engineering Laboratory
Personalized attention. Hands-on experiences. Accredited programs.
Milton and Doreen Morgan School of Engineering
Shippensburg University’s School of Engineering opens an exciting, ever-evolving and challenging world of engineering careers through hands-on bachelor’s programs and master’s programs.
Whether you are looking for a career in civil, computer, electrical, mechanical or software engineering or computer science, our school offers the ideal combination of real-time projects and academic and professional development.
"A strong engineering program coupled with a little creative thinking is a powerful combination. We look forward to a bright future for Shippensburg University, its students, and the impact they will have on our community, our country, and on the world."
Milton K. Morgan III ’76
Find Top Engineering and Computer Science Programs
Our undergraduate and graduate engineering degree programs are designed around a variety of hands-on experiences with current industry needs in mind. You’ll spend time with real-world applications, from building battle robots for a final project to earning credit through an internship in the IT industry.
Computer Science Department Programs
Ship’s ABET accredited Computer Science Department offers a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Computer Science, with the option to concentrate in one of four areas, and a computer science minor. The Department also offers the Master of Science (MS) in Computer Science program.
Career-driven concentration areas are bolstered by opportunities for student-faculty research projects and internships in software development and programming fields.
Department of Computer, Electrical, and Software Engineering Programs
The Department of Computer, Electrical, and Software Engineering’s ABET accredited bachelor’s degree programs have an intradepartmental modality that allows students to collaborate with different department majors in classwork and projects.
The BS in Software Engineering program focuses on tools for developing quality programs, our BS in Electrical Engineering program deals with physical and communications systems and the BS in Computer Engineering program includes aspects of both, such as developing computer hardware as well as software.
Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Programs
Graduating from Ship’s BS in Civil Engineering or BS in Mechanical Engineering degree programs position students for careers as engineers right out of school. Learn how to effectively solve a wide range of engineering problems, and prepare to take the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) certifying exam in preparation for further graduate education or entering the job market.
Experience-Driven Engineering Degree Programs
Shippensburg’s undergraduate and graduate engineering degree programs develop from the School’s ability to meet the needs of the job market in Pennsylvania and around the world. Learn from industry-leading faculty and use the same technology you will in your career.
Engineering Laboratory Facilities
The Milton and Doreen Morgan Engineering Laboratory’s machinery and technology are updated every three years. Our state-of-the-art spaces are highly functional and specialized to each program’s needs.
On-campus students in our engineering programs are also invited to apply to live in our Living & Learning Community, which includes a set of always-ready computer systems established in one of our newest dorms. Find support, familiarize yourself with the latest, most powerful operating systems or even work on a personal project in communal areas like the Tutoring and Study Open Lab.
School of Engineering faculty work closely with students to practice engineering right here, right now — from engaging projects found throughout coursework to research initiatives and mentorships.
Experiences Outside of the Classroom
Learning by doing is the standard at the Milton and Doreen Morgan School of Engineering, starting the moment you begin your first year.
In addition to work experience developed through research opportunities and networking, our engineering students gain technical and interpersonal skills beyond typical coursework in our tight-knit community.
Our engineering program accreditations by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) lead to employers actively pursuing our graduates for hire locally, statewide and nationally.
Shippensburg’s bachelor’s degrees in computer engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, and software engineering are accredited by ABET.
Learn More About the Milton and Doreen Morgan School of Engineering
Ship’s School of Engineering represents transformative growth, and we know that well-educated engineers make our world a better place. Backed by community and benefactor support, it’s no surprise that 63% of Ship’s STEM students become employed in Pennsylvania after graduation.
School of Engineering Admissions and Aid
The School of Engineering offers scholarships to its students and funds student projects. Explore Ship’s information on paying for college.
Whether you’re interested in undergraduate engineering programs or one of our graduate programs, get to know the Shippensburg admissions process and requirements. Have questions? Feel free to reach out.
- Connect with an admissions counselor
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Schedule a campus visit to chat in person
Apply to the Milton and Doreen Morgan School of Engineering Programs
Through experiential bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, the Milton and Doreen Morgan School of Engineering at Shippensburg University produces respected engineers of many specialties prepared to dive into the needs of their employers and the global community.
Ready to earn an engineering degree? Request more information today.