This World Engineering Day, consider applying to an engineering college program. Engineering is one of the highest-paid positions and often offers excellent job satisfaction, a variety of advancement opportunities, and job flexibility.

Central New York offers a wide variety of engineering colleges, degrees, certificates, and other opportunities to set yourself apart in the field.

According to the NYS Department of Labor, “The median wage of Central New York Region STEM occupations is $62,250 a year, which is 52 percent higher than the median annual wage of $41,010 for all workers in the region.” The median annual wage of civil engineers is $87,660 in Central New York.

View the following big list of engineering degree programs located in Central New York.

Note: This alphabetized list of colleges located in Central New York was taken from the CNY Business Journal 2020 Book of Lists.

The engineering degree programs in this list are meant to be a summary of those offered by CNY colleges, and are not comprehensive.

 

College: Binghamton University

School: Thomas J. Watson College of Engineering and Applied Science

Programs (Not Comprehensive):

Watson College 4+1 Programs.

Bachelor of Science (B.S.) and Master of Science (M.S.) in

Learn more: https://www.binghamton.edu/watson/index.html

 

College: Clarkson University

School: Coulter School of Engineering

Undergraduate Programs:

Graduate Programs:

Learn more: https://www.clarkson.edu/academics/engineering

 

College: Cornell University

School: Cornell Engineering

Undergraduate Majors:

See undergraduate minors: https://www.engineering.cornell.edu/students/undergraduate-students/curriculum/majors-and-minors

Graduate Majors (Not Comprehensive):

Learn more: https://www.engineering.cornell.edu/students/graduate-students

 

College: Hartwick College

Website Description:

School: Hartwick has cooperative agreements with both Clarkson University and Columbia University that allow students in our pre-engineering program to spend three years at Hartwick and two years at one of the other schools. There they spend the next two years studying engineering. Successful completion brings a bachelor’s degree from Hartwick and an engineering degree from Clarkson or Columbia.

Programs:

  • Pre-engineering Program

Learn more: https://www.hartwick.edu/academics/majors-and-minors/pre-engineering-program/

 

College: Herkimer College

School: Science and Technology

Programs:

Learn more: https://www.herkimer.edu/academics/prograM.S.-and-majors/program/67/engineering-science-a-s

 

College: Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Website Description: A joint-degree in engineering program is offered with the School of Engineering and Applied Science at Columbia University and The Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College. In general, students in the Columbia program spend three years at HWS and then two years at Columbia. In the Dartmouth program, a student usually spends the first two years at HWS, the third year at Dartmouth, the senior year at HWS, and a fifth and final year at Dartmouth.

School: Pre-Professional Programs

Programs:

Learn more: https://www.hws.edu/academics/physics/joint_degree.A.S.px

 

College: Ithaca College  

Website Description: The Department of Physics and Astronomy offers qualified students the opportunity to receive two bachelor’s degrees, one from Ithaca College and one from an appropriate school of engineering. Students who are interested in this program complete all the requirements for the physics B.A. in three years, and apply to transfer to the appropriate engineering school for two more years to complete a bachelor’s degree in engineering.

School: Physics and Astronomy

Programs:

Learn more: https://www.ithaca.edu/academics/majors-minors/physics-engineering-3-2

 

College: Jefferson Community College

School: Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM)

Programs:

Learn more: https://sunyjefferson.edu/academics/prograM.S./engineering-science-A.S..php

 

College: Le Moyne College

Website Description: Students wishing to pursue careers in engineering participate in the bachelor’s + master’s dual degree partnership offered in conjunction with the College of Engineering and Computer Science at Syracuse University. Pre-engineering concentrations in chemical, computer, civil, environmental, electrical, mechanical, aerospace and biological engineering are available.

School: Engineering

Programs:

Bachelor’s degree (B.S. or B.A.) with a concentration in pre-engineering from Le Moyne College and masters of engineering (M.S.) from Syracuse University. Ten individual major concentrations.

Learn more: http://collegecatalog.lemoyne.edu/arts-sciences/engineering/

 

College: Mohawk Valley Community College

School: School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Programs:

Learn more: https://www.mvcc.edu/academics/stem/

 

College: Morrisville State College

School: Design & Engineering

Programs:

Learn more: https://www.morrisville.edu/areas-of-study/design-engineering 

 

College: Onondaga Community College

School: School of Math, Science & Engineering

Programs:

Learn more: https://www.sunyocc.edu/programs/engineering-science

 

College: SUNY Oswego

School: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Programs:

Learn more: https://www.oswego.edu/programs/school-college/college-liberal-arts-and-sciences

 

College: SUNY Broome Community College

School: Science, Technologies, Engineering & Mathematics

Programs:

 Learn more: http://www1.sunybroome.edu/

 

College: SUNY Canton

School: Canino School of Engineering Technology

Programs:

Associate Degrees

Bachelor’s Degrees

Certificates

Minors

Learn more: https://www.canton.edu/csoet/

 

College: SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry

School: Environmental Resources Engineering

Programs (Not Comprehensive):

Learn more: https://www.esf.edu/admissions/programs.htm

 

College: SUNY Cortland

Adapted Website Description: Spend three years at Cortland taking all requirements for a degree in physics, then transfer to an engineering school for two years to complete the requirements for a degree in engineering. You can graduate with a physics and engineering degree in five years.

School: Physics

Programs:

Learn more: https://www2.cortland.edu/departments/physics/program-details.dot?progid=79217aab-e1ca-4e9f-9435-2071ca901e26

 

College: SUNY Polytechnic Institute

School: College of Engineering

Programs (Not Comprehensive):

Undergraduate

Learn more: https://sunypoly.edu/academics/colleges/college-engineering.html

 

College: SUNY Potsdam

School: Business Administration

Programs:

  • Dual Degrees with Other Universities

(3-2) Engineering

Clarkson University

 

SUNY Binghamton

 

(3-2) Engineering Technology

SUNY Polytechnic Institute

Learn more: https://www.potsdam.edu/academics/SOEPS/BusinessAdmin/dual-degrees-other-universities

 

College: Syracuse University

School: Engineering & Computer Science

College Departments under Engineering & Computer Science:

Programs (Not Comprehensive):

Learn more: https://eng-cs.syr.edu/

 

College: St. Lawrence University

Website Description: St. Lawrence offers combined prograM.S. with engineering prograM.S. at Columbia, Dartmouth, Clarkson, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. The student starts his or her journey at St. Lawrence and completes it at another institution, and hA.S. degrees from both schools to show for it.

School: Engineering Combined Programs

Website Description of Programs: At St. Lawrence students typically major in either Mathematics, Physics, or Chemistry, though other options are possible. At the partner engineering institution the student pursues an engineering discipline of their choice, such A.S. Mechanical, Biomedical, Civil, Environmental, Chemical, or Electrical Engineering.

Learn more: https://www.stlawu.edu/engineering-combined-programs

 

College: Tompkins Cortland Community College

School: STEM

Programs:

Learn more: https://www.tompkinscortland.edu/academics/programs/engineering-science

 

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