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Engineering students create profound device

California Baptist University biomedical engineering students are focusing their senior capstone project on a device that can revolutionize childbirth through reducing the cesarean section rate and injury to both the mother and infant. Adam Goodwin, Wyatt Deane, Joel Pittman and Ruthie Muqatach, senior biomedical engineering majors, have figured out an alternative for assisting women during […]

New real estate concentration features internship with brokerage

California Baptist University added a real estate concentration to its business program that features three courses and an internship. The real estate concentration is meant to assist students in becoming real estate agents and offer hands-on experience at Keller Williams, the largest real estate brokerage in the country. The real estate program began from Dr. […]

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Applied Flow Technology aids students, offers affordable educational software

As a global leader in the pipe flow modeling software market, Applied Flow Technology is extending its reach beyond world-class companies into college classes with a new software created with affordability, education and career preparation in mind. Founded in September 1993, AFT’s simulation software for fluid transfer systems, AFT Fathom, has been used for 23 […]

Investment group builds educational foundation

Since its relaunch in fall 2015, California Baptist University’s Investment Group has experienced considerable growth in its membership, as individuals and with the quantity of received donations. With a variety of students ranging from business administration majors to health profession majors, each member of the Investment Group has the opportunity to learn the basics of […]

Engineering summer research turns into life-changing device

Several students and faculty members of the Gordon and Jill Bourns College of Engineering are continuing their research that started over the summer on the effects and potential prevention techniques of glaucoma. The permanent loss of eyesight caused by glaucoma heightens the importance of their studies. Because of the irreversible effect, they are developing a […]

[Robert Jordan | Banner] Mitch Maxwell, freshman biomedical engineer, works with fellow students on building a functional robot arm. The arms are made with 3D-printed material.

Engineering students construct robotic arms

This year, introductory level students of the Gordon and Jill Bourns College of Engineering are already ahead of the curve as they work in teams conducting research and building functional robot arms. Students enrolled in EGR 101, Engineering Christian Worldview, are getting hands-on experience with 3D printed pieces, motors, wires and circuit boards. Even though […]