Find the engineering major that’s right for you!
Join us for a series of workshops dedicated to helping prospective students find the Fulton Schools degree that is right for them! Workshops are offered for each of the seven Fulton Schools.
- Discover the innovative degree choices within the particular Fulton School
- Uncover the differences between engineering and technology disciplines and potential career paths
- Tour the campus and visit research labs
- Meet Fulton Schools professionals, faculty, and students from select engineering and technology disciplines
Fall 2021 Workshops
Saturday, October 9 – School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering
Friday, October 15 – School for the Engineering of Matter, Transport, and Energy
Friday, October 22 – School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence
Friday, October 29 – School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment
Saturday, November 13 – School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering
Wondering which Fulton School offers which degrees? Check out our Undergraduate degree programs to see a listing of all our Schools and their degree programs.
Each workshop is in-person and three hours long. Friday workshops run 1:00PM – 4:00PM (MST). Saturday workshops run 9:00AM – 12:00PM (MST).
Each workshop includes four main components:
- Introduction to the Fulton School and degree programs
- Campus and facilities tour
- Faculty-led activity or demonstration
- Current student and alumni Q&A panel
Participants are enrolled in an accompanying online Canvas learning course which contains supplemental materials and resources
Eligibility & Cost
Students who are currently in 11th or 12th grade
Students currently attending a 2-year college institution/community college
Each workshop is FREE
Register for more than 3 sessions and receive additional Fulton Schools gift items!
The health of the Sun Devil community is a top priority at ASU. As announced on July 30, 2021, consistent with CDC guidelines for colleges and universities, ASU strongly recommends that everyone wear a face cover when inside a university building. In addition, face coverings will be required in certain indoor settings, i.e., where distancing may not be possible. These include the following:
- Classrooms and teaching or research labs where distancing is not possible.
- All ASU clinical programs and centers that serve the general public, such as the ASU Health Centers, Child Development Laboratory, and Counselor Training Center (the “Programs”), whether on- or off-campus.
- Meeting rooms, workshop, design or production studios, and other indoor settings where distancing is not possible.
For the latest COVID-19 updates, please visit: https://eoss.asu.edu/health/announcements/coronavirus.
Fulton Fundamentals staff are closely monitoring COVID-19 and are prepared to convert the workshops to a virtual platform if necessary.