Agricultural and biosystems engineers are engaged in the development and transfer of knowledge that results in usable, economical and sustainable technologies for environmental resources.
- Agricultural Engineering
- Biosystems Engineering
Considered to be the oldest engineering field, civil engineering includes the planning, design, construction, maintenance and operation of the infrastructure that surrounds us.
- Water resources
Computer engineering deals with both hardware and software aspects of computer systems. Students take essential electrical engineering classes along with specialized classes in computer engineering and computer science.
- Computer Architecture/Digital VLSI
- Cyber Physical Systems
- Embedded Systems
- Computer Systems
The most comprehensive and varied Computer Science program in the region offering both B.A and B.S. degrees.
The curriculum provides a broad, practical base for a career in computing while also offering an opportunity for in-depth study of topics like artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, computer graphics, operating systems and database management systems.
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The Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Engineering offers a blend of engineering and construction courses.
The program is designed for those who want to work in the construction industry and enjoy the status of a professional engineer.
A combination of technology, construction techniques and management to meet the needs of the rapidly growing construction industry.
Construction management graduates are in high demand after graduation by contractors in all types of construction.
The Electrical Engineering program is designed to reflect the broad nature of the field. Students are encourage to develop and individual program of study in close consultation with their advisers.
- Biomedical Engineering
- Communication and Signal Processing
- Control Engineering
- Electronics and Microelectronics
- Optical Engineering
- Power Systems
The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering degree provides in-depth technical training to enhance the students' foundation of mathematics, chemistry and biology, with applications to soil, water, air and environmental health.
Environmental engineers play a crucial role in:
- Advancing sustainability for food, water and energy
- Addressing climate change and adapting to its impacts
- Designing a future without pollution and waste
- Creating efficient, health and resilient cities
- Fostering informed decisions and actions
Industrial engineers are involved in the creation of wealth and prosperity through designing and implementing better, more productive systems in both a manufacturing and a service environment.
- Production and operations management
- Reliability engineering
- Quality engineering and management
- Healthcare engineering and management
- Advanced manufacturing
- Supply-chain and logistics management
- Lean manufacturing
Manufacturing engineers design, direct and coordinate the processes and production systems for making virtually every kind of product from beginning to end. As businesses try to make products better and at a lower cost, they turn to manufacturing engineers to find out how.
The program uses a practice-based approach and uses both labs and industry projects to give students real-world, hands-on experience.
We offer an education that enables our graduates opportunities and experiences in all facets of the profession. Our standard curriculum allows students flexibility in choosing courses that reflect their interests within the broad areas of mechanical engineering.
- Biomedical Engineering
- Controls and Instrumentation
- Conventional and Alternative Energy Systems
- Fluid Mechanics
- Materials and Nanotechnology
- Mechanical Systems
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