AREAS OF STUDY
- Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical engineering blends traditional engineering techniques with the biological sciences to create innovative solutions to medical challenges. Areas of study include biomechanics, mechanobiology, biomolecular phenomena, bioinformatics and computational biology, cellular and tissue engineering, and biosystems analysis. Learn more >
- Chemical Engineering
Chemical engineers apply the principles of chemistry, biology, and physics to solve problems. These problems involve the production or use of chemicals, fuel, drugs, food, and many other products. They design and test processes and equipment for large-scale safe and sustainable manufacturing. Learn more >
- Civil Engineering
Civil and environmental engineers analyze, plan, design, and develop large projects and systems that define a civilization –the buildings in which we live and work, the roads we travel, the water we drink, the bridges we cross, and the land on which we live. Learn more >
- Computer Engineering
Computer engineers research, design, develop, and test solutions through the integration of computer hardware and software. The systems they work with may be found everywhere: from automobiles, to mobile phones, to smart buildings. Learn more >
- Computer Information Systems
Computer information system majors focus on the use of computer applications and business techniques to study and solve complex problems in computing for finance, insurance, science, medicine, and other uses. This degree includes a minor in business. Learn more >
- Computer Science
Computer science focuses on the theory of computation and on the design and implementation of software systems. CS majors study algorithms, data structures, theory of computation, programming languages, and software engineering techniques. Learn more >
- Electrical Engineering
Electrical engineers design, develop, test, and supervise the manufacturing or installation of the vast range of electrical and electronic equipment that runs the world. From wireless data and communications systems to electric power systems, from data and entertainment devices to electric transportation, EEs make it happen. Learn more >
- Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical engineers design, develop, build, and test mechanical devices. Mechanical engineering derives is breadth from the need for everything from small individual parts and devices, such as microscale sensors and inkjet printer nozzles, to large systems including spacecraft and machine tools. Learn more >
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