Pride and Purpose
At Hofstra University, you are encouraged to seek, shape, and discover your own educational and career path. Our dedicated faculty will help you pursue your passions in dynamic learning environments, from tailored programs in small class settings to exciting internship and networking opportunities in nearby Manhattan.
Since its founding in 1935, Hofstrahas evolved into an internationally renowned university that continues to achieve recognition as an institution of academic excellence. Hofstra has 29 academic accreditations and 33 total accreditations, and consistently earns recognition on the “Best Colleges” lists of U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review, Fiske Guide to Colleges, PayScale College ROI and Salary Reports, and Forbes magazine. Additionally, Hofstra has consistently been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll and is the only university to host three consecutive US presidential debates (2008, 2012, and 2016).
Programs meant just for you
All classes at Hofstra are taught by distinguished faculty members who are committed to excellence in teaching, scholarly research, and service. With an average undergraduate class size of 21 and a student-faculty ratio of 13:1,you are encouraged to debate, question, conduct research, discuss, and think critically in an open, collaborative learning environment.
As a Hofstra student, you will have endless opportunities for experiential learning on and off campus. You can conduct research with a distinguished professor in our innovative labs, including a big data lab, a robotics and advanced manufacturing lab, and a cell and tissue engineering lab.
The Fred DeMatteis School of Engineering and Applied Science
The DeMatteis School was ranked 32nd among undergraduate Engineering programs at schools that do not grant doctoral degrees in Engineering, according to U.S. News & World Report 2019. The DeMatteis School, which enrolls over 750 students, educates and inspires students to become engineers and computer scientists who are creative, entrepreneurial, and prepared to tackle critical global challenges and make a difference in the world.
The DeMatteis School’s Co-op Program has partnered with more than 150 prominent engineering and technology firms to offer eligible students valuable real-world work experience. Participating companies hire students after the fall or spring semester of their junior year to work on salary for a six- to eight-month period in a field related to their degree. After the completion of the co-op experience, students return to Hofstra to complete their degree requirements.
Engineering and Computer Science faculty work with students on advanced research projects in the school’s cutting-edge laboratories, including a robotics and advanced manufacturing lab that features a 3D printer, cell and tissue engineering lab, big data lab, ultrasound research lab, gaming and graphics lab, linux and computer graphics lab, design and fabrication lab, civil and environmental engineering lab, production studio, and aerodynamics and transport phenomena lab.
Discover all that Hofstra’s Engineering and Applied Science programs have to offer. Visit engineering.hofstra.edu today.