About the College
The College of Engineering and Science consists of eight engineering programs (biomedical, chemical, civil, cyber, electrical, industrial, mechanical and nanosystems engineering), two engineering technology programs (construction and instrumentation and control systems engineering technology), and four science programs (chemistry, computer science, mathematics and physics). The College offers undergraduate degree programs in each of these areas, as well as graduate degrees in engineering and science at both the master's and doctoral level. The College faculty research at six centers: the Center for Applied Physics Studies, the Center for Biomedical Engineering and Rehabilitation Science, the Center for Entrepreneurship and Information Technology, the Institute for Micromanufacturing, the Integrated STEM Education Research Center and the Trenchless Technology Center. Known for its integrated approach to both education and research, the College is an Affiliate of the National Academy of Engineering's Center for the Advancement of Scholarship in Engineering Education.