The Tagliatela College of Engineering, established during the University's founding in 1920, offers a variety of B.S. and M.S. engineering and applied science programs, including chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, industrial, mechanical and system engineering, and chemistry, computer science, information technology and network systems. Each of our innovative undergraduate programs combines stellar academic instruction with an internship requirement, allowing students to earn professional experience with their education. The Presidential Scholarship, Dean's Scholarship and Corporate Sponsored Scholarships are some of the scholarships available to incoming students.
Dean Ronald S. Harichandran reveals how the University of New Haven engineering graduates, with their blend of theoretical knowledge and real-world problem solving experience, are in great demand by employers.
Dean Ronald Harichandran and other professors in the Tagliatela School of Engineering discuss the unique opportunities the school has to offer University of New Haven students.