Gonzaga's School of Engineering & Applied Science is poised to help transform the Inland Northwest region by moving us beyond a resource and service-based economy to one that is diversified through technology. Leaders in technology-based companies tell us that our economy must diversify not just to survive, but to thrive. Our engineering & computer science graduates will help attract, retain and grow the technologically based enterprises which will transform the Inland Northwest. The links provided below are just a few of the programs and facilities the School of Engineering & Applied Science offers our students and the greater Inland Northwest as partners in education and growing our regions' prosperity.
The Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program: The Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program is a four-year undergraduate Concentration that immerses you in the fundamentals of creating and managing new enterprises in the private or public sectors. You will take the Entrepreneurial Leadership Concentration along with your chosen major in any field of study.
The Center for Engineering Design & Entrepreneurship: The Center for Engineering Design & Entrepreneurship is intended to enhance the design content of the engineering programs at Gonzaga University by promoting interaction between the industrial and academic communities. The Center's mission is to organize, support and provide guidance to student teams.
SEAS Lab Facilities: An excellent engineering program requires up-to-date technology and tools. By making improvements to the Herak Center for Engineering and building the new PACCAR Center for Applied Science, we are demonstrating our commitment to quality engineering education.