The Gonzaga University School of Engineering & Applied Science (SEAS) produces broadly educated engineers and computer scientists ready to contribute innovative solutions for a better world. Our students receive an excellent technical education as well as instruction in philosophy, ethics, and critical thinking.
Only part of a student's education takes place in the classroom. Many first and second year engineering and computer science students apply to live in Goller Hall, a special interest living and learning community for SEAS students that offers weekly tutoring and monthly dinners with presentations by faculty, community partners, and industry professionals.
The opportunities for engineering and computer science students are endless!
The School of Engineering and Applied Science has competitive, direct admission for engineering programs. This includes civil, computer, electrical, mechanical, engineering management as well as students who are undecided but desire a major in an engineering discipline. A student must declare the major on their application in order to be considered for that program.
Please note that direct admission does not apply to the computer science program.
Please review the links at left to learn more about the SEAS experience.