Through the commitment and support of the State of North Carolina, the Lee College of Engineering has some of the finest engineering facilities in the country. Our classrooms, lecture halls, study areas, computer labs, and many research laboratories provide students with the best hands-on learning experience possible. Our academic departments are housed in five buildings dedicated to the Lee College of Engineering. We also share facilities in three other campus buildings.
Our main buildings and the departments that call them home are:
The Systems Engineering and Engineering Management Department has classroom and administrative offices on the second floor of the Cameron Center, and also has lecture halls and labs on the first floor.
The home of the Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Science Department. Duke Hall also houses the Dean’s Office, the Center for Precision Metrology, and the Center for Biomedical Engineering and Science.
The largest academic building on campus, the 200,000-square-foot EPIC building is the home to two engineering department; Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Electrical and Computer Engineering. The Energy Production and Infrastructure Center also has its offices and labs in the building.
Home the undergraduate research labs of the motorsports engineering program.
Graduate motorsports research facilities, and the North Carolina Motorsports and Automotive Research Center are housed in Motorsport Research Building.
One of the first buildings constructed on the UNC Charlotte campus, the Smith Building has undergone a number of recent renovations to its classrooms and laboratories. It is the home to the Engineering Technology and Construction Management Department. It also houses the college’s student support and freshmen programs.