The College of Engineering and Architecture (CEA) is one of
Howard University's 13 schools and colleges. CEA is composed of the School of
Engineering and Computer Sciences and the School of
Architecture and Design.
The CEA is home to six academic departments offering accredited undergraduate, graduate and professional programs. The departments include Architecture and Design, Chemical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Computer Science. For additional information you may also see Academic Programs.
Our graduates are skilled in creative design and the application of technological and scientific solutions to complex and challenging problems, interpersonal relations, teamwork, critical thinking, and leadership.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) recently conferred upon Dr. Moshen Mosleh the prestigious title of “Fellow.” The title honors “one who has been responsible for significant engineering achievements” during their careers. Read More >>
Congratulations to the Howard University Class of 2016 Mechanical Engineering Department Graduates!Read More >>
Dr. Ramesh Chawlaof the College of Engineering and Architecture's Chemical Engineering Department has been invited to serve on the U.S Environmental Protection Agency's National Advisory Council for Environmental Policy and Technology for a two-year term. As a representative member, he will represent the interests of the Howard University Department of Chemical Engineering.Read More >>
Howard University’s Computer Science department was delighted to host some of Banneker High School’s brightest minds for the 2015-2016 academic year. This newly emerged after school program is an attempt to nurture and expose students to STEM with the hopes of influence on their post-high school studies.Read More >>
Congratulations to the new members of Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE)Read More >>
In the past, satellites were unaccessible and mostly used by governments and large corporations. Today, satellites are available for use by the general public and incorporated into our everyday lives. Satellites have many uses including monitoring weather, sending television signals, and sending signals to be read by navigation devices for directions.Read More >>