Engineering Degrees

The field of engineering is one of the fastest growing and most secure career paths in the United States. Thanks to a strong wireless and nuclear presence in both Campbell County and the City of Lynchburg, there is a strong demand for a variety of engineers in this region. A variety of Engineering degrees are offered at local colleges in the region.

Central Virginia Community College - Science, Math, & Engineering


CVCC, in collaboration with local businesses and the University of Virginia, offers local residents the opportunity to earn a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering while remaining in Lynchburg. This unique program allows students to attain an Associate's Degree from CVCC and either complete the Bachelor's Degree on campus or transfer to the University of Virginia. In some cases a local company will sponsor a student, offering free/reduced tuition, a part-time position with the company during the time attending school, a stipend, and possible full-time employment upon completion of the degree program. The programs are:

Liberty University - School of Engineering and Computational Sciences

Sweet Briar College - Department of Engineering