Welcome to the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering. Whether you are coming to us as a student, faculty member, staff member, researcher, or scientist, we promise your journey will be exciting, challenging and a wonderful springboard to careers.
Our College has an amazingly rich history and tradition of “Producing Productive People”. Over the past 10 years, the enrollment in the college has doubled to over 1600 students. We offer six Bachelor of Science degrees which include; Chemical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Engineering Technology. Also, we offer five graduate degrees which include; General Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Electrical Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy degree in Electrical Engineering.
Our Research scientist, faculty and undergraduate/graduate students are involved in various research projects in our seven outstanding research centers where students are developing innovative ways to efficiently create change in our environment. Our Research Centers include;
The Center of Excellence in Research and Education for Big Military Data Intelligence (CREDIT) are nationally recognized for its research in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning.
The Center for Computational Systems Biology (CCSB@PVAMU).
The Center for Digital Battlefield Communications (CEBCOM).
The Center for Energy and Environmental Sustainability (CEES).
The Center of Excellence for Communication Systems Technology Research (CECSTR).
The Center for Radiation Engineering and Science for Space Exploration (CRESSE).
The Future Aerospace, Science and Technology (FAST).
The Texas Gulf Coast Environmental Data (TEXGED).
The Thermal Science Research Center (TSRC).
The College provides students with the highest level of quality education, engages the student in research and hands-on projects where they connect theory and practice. Our College members are knowledgeable in their fields of study with well-published authors of over 70 engineering textbooks, IEEE fellows, Fulbright scholars and owners of patents
This is an exciting time and great place to pursue an engineering degree in the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering.
Pamela Holland Obiomon, PhD.
Dean and Professor, College of Engineering