Construct a rewarding future through our ABET-accredited engineering program. Small classes and one-on-one mentoring give you direct contact with our outstanding faculty. State-of-the-art facilities and new equipment ensure you're well-prepared for the real world, from doing engineering design to building your own projects. And, at George Fox, we believe your spiritual development is just as important as your professional growth. We'll help you prepare for a successful career and a purposeful life.
The Freshman Experience
Machine an engine. Solder a circuit board. Create a CAD drawing. Program a robot. Hands on experience, and much more.
Learning to serve others with engineering skills, a service component is part of our curriculum.
See what the senior design teams created for their industry sponsors in 2012-13.
Read what our students and alumni are saying about their engineering experiences at George Fox.
The Engineering Profession
Meet the IAB
Our Industrial Advisory Board gets personally involved in preparing our students for the job market.
A spotlight on last year's seniors who successfully acquired job positions prior to graduation.
Daniela (Sifuentes) Makowski '12 works at Columbia Helicopters as an aeronautical engineer, responsible for helping the company's Boeing helicopters fly more efficiently.
Why choose engineering?
See the benefits of pursuing a career in engineering.
U.S. News & World Report ranks us among the top 100 (No. 96) "Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs" in the nation for 2012-13. To qualify, a school must have a program accredited by ABET. Our honor came in the category of schools whose highest engineering degree offered is a bachelor's or master's.
All of our 35 engineering graduates from the 2011 and 2012 classes either gained employment in the field or are currently attending graduate school. Among the companies employing our 2011-12 graduates are Boeing, Mentor Graphics, Tektronix, Micro Systems Engineering, Columbia Helicopters, Lattice Semiconductor, Intel, Fluke, Teradyne, Daimler, the U.S. Navy and ESCO.