PCC alumnus Brian McDivitt works as an electrical engineer and project manager, following God’s faithful leading.
Dr. Keith Francis proficiently shares his passion for electrical engineering with his students, inspiring them to succeed in the field.
This year’s competition allowed engineering students to prove their skills in a robotic battle on ice.
Students earning an engineering degree with an electrical concentration advance through a challenging study that prepares them to analyze and design electrical devices.
During their final semesters, many seniors are making progress on their senior capstone projects.
Mechanical engineering alumnus Tom Smith leads a Ford Motor Company development team.
Accounting and mechanical engineering graduates join their skills and values to run their own business, HTS Coatings.
Mechanical engineering students learn what it takes to build a working electric vehicle before going head-to-head in an annual competition.
When Dr. Joel Porcher discovered a love for teaching college students, he found a lifetime of rewards in God’s design for his life.
After a 17-year career at Ford Motor Company, Shane Elwart now pioneers in the autonomous driving systems field with American HAVAL Motor Technology.
Rigorous academics and opportunities to apply knowledge prepare students for an exciting field.
Engineering students take up the challenge in a contest between minds and machines.