School of Engineering and Applied Science
75 Years of Gonzaga Engineering!
Established in 1934, the School of Engineering and Applied Science at Gonzaga University has provided engineering education to its students! As the methods for teaching and practicing engineering evolve, so have our programs and curriculum. This constant commitment to excellence is propelling our faculty, students and school to earn national recognition and awards. For the last four years, the school has been ranked nationally by US News in the top 30 of engineering schools without PhD programs. In all of the West, ours is one of only four Jesuit universities with accredited engineering programs and the only Catholic university with multiple accredited engineering programs between the West Coast and the Mississippi River.
We also encourage you take a moment to read the Dean's Message, to learn about the aggressive and successful growth of the School of Engineering and Applied Science, our programs, national prominence and our ongoing commitment to serve our students.
Dean Silliman Lecture
Dean will discuss "Reflections on Water in Benin, West Africa."
Undergraduates get Presidential
Six students seize the opportunity to voice their dreams for Gonzaga.
Innovative Teaching: Zemke
After 23 years at Bell Labs and HP - a vision for something different.
Brazil to Gonzaga: Stem Studies
Junior Naira Malaquias tackles her education in a foreign language.