Work alongside internationally renowned faculty on truly ground-breaking research. You’ll advance foundational understanding of your field, make new discoveries in the lab, have opportunities to publish and present your work and prepare for a career in academia, at a research lab or for leadership roles in industry.
This non-research terminal degree is for students who want a professional degree in engineering. Focus on biological engineering, chemical engineering, industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, mechanical and aerospace engineering or electrical or computer engineering.
Study biological engineering and numerical methods in engineering research while conducting research in areas such as biomedical imaging, bioprocesses, neuroengineering, regenerative medicine or sustainability.
Learn advanced heat and momentum transfer, mass transfer, thermodynamics and chemical reaction engineering science. Research catalysis, electrochemistry, energy conversion, soft materials, thin films and nanocoatings.
Take advanced courses and conduct research around one of the following areas: structural mechanics, structural engineering and materials, geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering, environmental engineering, hydrology and water resources engineering or transportation engineering.
Advance your understanding of the Internet of Things (IoT) and cyber-physical systems. Study new innovations such as wearable biocompatible sensors, low-power flexible integrated circuits, cloud computing, hybrid multicore computer architecture and hardware level security.
Prepare for an advanced professional career in technology development. Receive specialized training in active research fields such as cloud computing, cybersecurity, computational biology, human-computer interactions and cyber-physical systems.
Delve deeper into the problems of electrical engineering and help provide innovative solutions. Advance your understanding of the Internet of Things (IoT), cyber-physical systems, nano technology, physical and power electronics and robotics.
Study operations, manufacturing and production systems, sustainable systems, supply chains and healthcare and human-centered systems. Combine your studies with business in the dual MS in IE and MBA program or with health care systems in the dual master’s in IE and health administration program.
Gain a deeper understanding of dynamics and control, design and manufacturing, materials and thermal and fluid science engineering to work with aircraft and vehicles, fluid power systems, insulators and thermal materials.
Conduct research around topics such as biological and biomedical imaging, bioprocess and food process engineering, micro and nano devices, neuroengineering, regenerative medicine, thin films, water studies and sustainability.
Work with faculty on chemical engineering topics including catalysis, computational materials science, electrochemistry, energy conversion and storage, micro/nano devices, thin films and nanocoatings, water studies and sustainability.
Work alongside nationally renowned faculty in areas such as environmental and water resources, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering and transportation.
Conduct innovative research in areas such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, cloud computing, cybersecurity, data science, social computing, cyber-physical systems and robotics.
Work with faculty to conduct research in bioinformatics, data science, nano/micro technology, physical and power electronics, robotics, social computing, computer architecture and robotics.
Gain foundational knowledge and technical know-how to solve problems around data analytics and operations research, manufacturing and production systems, sustainable systems engineering, service and supply chain systems and healthcare and human-centered systems.
Conduct cutting-edge research in areas such as aerospace navigation, fluid power systems, metamaterials, nanomaterials, thermal management and materials, machine learning and vehicles