Engineering and Technology

Engineering and technology make the world work better. From outer space to the ocean depths, engineering and technology address the world's grand challenges in energy, healthcare, sustainability, education and security.

The students and world-class faculty at Arizona State University are providing solutions, from developing faster and longer-lasting cell phones and computers to designing safer and more fuel-efficient cars and providing safe drinking water and abundant food across the globe.

ASU is recognized as an academic leader in cybersecurity by industry and government organizations. In addition, the Cybersecurity Education Consortium in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences works with ASU centers and the today's security community to create tomorrow's cyber workforce. 

There are six Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering that are designing the future through inspired cutting-edge research, coursework with a strong core foundation and hands-on learning that emphasizes discovery, design, innovation, entrepreneurship and societal impact.

The demand for well-prepared engineers and innovative ideas continues to grow. Our highly regarded graduates are actively recruited by top companies and many go on to pursue graduate studies in areas such as medicine, law, engineering and science. Join us.

Dream it, make it, solve it, build it, code it. Do it.

Center for Bio-mediated and Bio-inspired Geotechnics is a research partnership to develop geotechnical engineering processes and solutions inspired by nature.
The Center for Engagement and Training in Science and Society seeks to change the way that we think, learn and talk about science and technology.
Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology explores, identifies and creates innovative scholarship about under-represented girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Center for Law, Science and Innovation is the first and largest academic center focused on the intersection of law with science and technology.
ASU is building new capability, in the United States and globally, for understanding and governing the transforming power of nanotechnology.
Future discoveries in complexity science require transdisciplinary teams with the intellectual breadth to determine the algorithms of social dynamics across diverse contexts.
The Consortium for Science, Policy, and Outcomes is an intellectual network aimed at enhancing the contribution of science and technology to society’s pursuit of equality, justice, freedom, and overall quality of life.
ASU is recognized as an academic leader in cybersecurity by industry and government organizations.
The Eyring Materials Center supports materials research across a broad range of scientific disciplines, including physics, chemistry, biological sciences, geology and engineering
InnovationSpace teaches students how to develop products that create market value while serving societal needs.
The Institute for Data-Intensive Research brings together experts in cutting-edge information sciences, machine learning, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and power systems engineering, making electrical grids smarter, safer and more sustainable.
Research at the National Center of Excellence for SMART Innovations is focused on the sustainable systems that include climate, energy and materials.
Public Interest Technology programs at Arizona State University unite diverse perspectives and disciplines to train tomorrow’s leaders to make a positive difference in their communities.
Quantum Energy and Sustainable Solar Technologies Center advances photovoltaics and advanced energy converters to revitalize, renew and revolutionize the U.S. energy industry.
From aircraft to nanoscale devices, we are leveraging the synergy of engineering and science.
At the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, students and faculty push the boundaries of science and medicine.
We envision a society where secure, accurate and current information is available anywhere at any time.
As our future continues to move deeper into the electronic age, we need more innovative engineers in this field.
Sustainable engineering frees your imagination to revolutionize current design principles into cutting-edge “green” solutions.
The primary mission of The Biomimicry Center is to enhance academia’s ability to address a variety of sustainability challenges using strategies inspired by nature.
The Polytechnic School offers academic facilities designed specifically to support the learning and discovery environment and some of the most advanced learning laboratories available to students on any university campus.