Engineering and Environmental Science Department (Electrical Engineering) was ranked in the top 25 of affordable programs by greatvaluecolleges:
Engineering and Environmental Science Department Overview
The department offers programs leading to the Bachelors degrees in Electrical Engineering, Engineering Science, Earth and Environmental Science and Earth and Environmental Science K-12. The Associates in Science degree in Engineering Science is also offered by the department. The BS degrees in Engineering Science and Electrical Engineering are both accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. The department also offers the Masters in Engineering in Electrical Engineering (ME EE) as well as the Masters of Science in Environmental Science (MS ESC).
We actively work with an Industry Advisory Board for each of our programs who are leaders in their respective engineering fields and provide valuable feedback for our programs and curriculum. This ensures that our graduates are not only job ready, but also have the skills necessary to succeed in the highly technical and fast paced world of engineering.
CUNY Inclusive Economy Initiative Program
The College of Staten Island's esteemed Engineering and Environmental Science Departments are proud participants in the CUNY Inclusive Economy Initiative. This groundbreaking program, in collaboration with the City University of New York (CUNY), aims to foster an inclusive economy by providing equitable access to quality internships, job placements, and professional development opportunities for students from diverse backgrounds.
Through the initiative, students enrolled in our Engineering and Environmental Science programs gain access to a wide range of industry connections, mentorship opportunities, and hands-on experiences that bridge the gap between academia and the professional world. By partnering with industry professionals like yourself, we strive to provide our students with real-world insights, networking opportunities, and industry-specific knowledge that will shape their future success.
We invite you to engage with our talented students, collaborate with our esteemed faculty, and contribute to the collective goal of fostering an inclusive economy. By participating in the CUNY Inclusive Economy Initiative through our Engineering and Environmental Science Departments, you can make a lasting impact on the lives and careers of aspiring professionals while furthering the growth and development of a more inclusive society.
Join us as we pave the way for a brighter future. To learn more about our participation in the CUNY Inclusive Economy Initiative and explore potential partnership opportunities, please reach out to us. Together, we can shape the next generation of engineering and environmental science leaders and build a more inclusive economy:
Engineering and Environmental Science Faculty and Staff
Full Time Faculty
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Electronics / Microcontrollers Lab
Two labs, fully stocked with 10 student stations each, a full ensemble of measurement and testing equipment, breadboards, oscilloscopes, microcontrollers and debugging hardware. These labs are heavily utilized by courses such as ENS221, ENS241, ENS342, ENS362, ENS464.
Communications Lab in department of engineering science
Our communications lab contains state of the art equipment for telecommunications, fiber optics, networking, and systems labs. Courses ran in this room include, ENS439, ENS415, ENS466.
Our Power Lab is one of a kind in New York City. The LabVolt test benches allow our students to get hands-on training with "high voltage" systems, transmission lines, transformers, motors, and generators. Courses taught in this lab include ENS436, and ENS441.
Environmental Science Lab
Our Environmental Science lab has 12 computer stations, chemical handling capabilities, and several high powered microscopes for viewing samples. Courses taught in this room are GEO101, GEO103, GEO107, GEO112, GEO116.
Applied Mechanics Lab
Our Applied Mechanics Lab has several mechanical systems, outfitted with data acquisition to allow students to take real world sensor data, and analyze it on one of the 4 high powered work stations in the lab. Courses taught in this room are ENS459, ENS471.
Our Fabrication Lab gives our students the ability to use real machine-shop tools and equipment to design, create, and fabricate their projects. Students work with professors / technicians on drill presses, band saws, and 3D printers. Courses which utilize this room are ENS491, ENS492.