Build an Exceptional Future
Demand for skilled engineers is notably high, and there couldn't be a better time to earn your engineering degree. Please consider King's College as we expand our offerings to include new Bachelor of Science programs in Civil and Mechanical Engineering.
The top priority of these programs is to provide a hands-on learning experience, with an emphasis on building direct connections with faculty mentors and professionals within the field. As a student at King's you will use cutting edge equipment and enjoy the benefits of excellent new facilities. You will work closely with faculty, who are dedicated to your personal and professional development.
Innovation with Integrity
As an engineer, you will be creating the foundation and infrastructure of the world around you, working to improve the standard of living and advance our society as a whole. That is what makes engineering such a noble profession - one that requires creativity, social responsibility and moral reasoning.
At King's College, our practical and broad-based learning approach will arm you not only with technical skills, but also the critical reasoning and communication know-how to be a dynamic asset in the workforce. The innovative spirit you will undoubtedly gain here will set the tone of your career for years to come.
The historically significant city of Wilkes-Barre - located right on the Susquehanna River and not far from the Pocono Mountains - is the perfect setting for an aspiring engineer. You will be close to many fast growing companies and manufacturers in the surrounding region, all looking to hire emerging local talent. Low cost of living, plenty of outdoor recreation, and an economic revival make the area a great place to study and to live. Build your career here after graduation.
King's College is making a significant investment in the construction of high quality facilities to provide the best possible environment for student learning and engagement. As well as purchasing leading edge technological equipment, we are also renovating a historic building in the heart of Wilkes-Barre to house the program. This new facility will have four large multi-use classroom spaces, five state of the art laboratories, student study areas, and faculty offices.