Working in a labPhoto by Noah BergerIt has been said that engineering is the liberal arts of the 21st century — because it’s fundamental to so many other fields. And since Berkeley Engineering offers nearly every possible sub-discipline, you can pursue your specific passion, from bioengineering to nuclear technologies. Whichever field you choose, you’ll find that our engineering students all receive a robust, multidisciplinary education. They have direct access to top faculty, who happen to be some of the brightest minds in their professions. They’re hands-on in the lab or studio. And they’re all driven to find the most innovative, impactful ways to change the world.

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Forged steel and 3-D printed plastic wrenches

Teaching design innovation

The Jacobs Institute is supporting five design courses in spring 2015, including sketching for designers, an interactive seating design competition, and a hands-on introduction to manufacturing.