Outcomes
  • Mechanical Designer
  • Quality Engineer
  • Innovation Engineering Manager
  • Project Engineer
  • Power Systems Engineer
  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Software Development Engineer
  • Web Developer
  • Computer Programmer
  • Senior Project Manager

For individuals who

Are looking for advanced engineering knowledge that will allow you to create practical solutions to the engineering problems associated with the world's rapidly changing environment.

Looking for

A unique integration of engineering science within a basic area of concentration. The ability to develop a unique plan of study based on your area of expertise. 

To become

  • Manufacturing Project Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Structural Engineer
  • Plant Engineer
  • Engineering Technician 

The Ph.D. program is characterized by an interdisciplinary approach to engineering. Individual doctoral programs for agricultural and biosystems engineering, civil engineering, electrical and computer engineering, industrial and manufacturing engineering, and mechanical engineering provide students with both general knowledge and in-depth understanding of one major area of concentration. Students are able to develop individualized programs of study that emphasize different areas of interest.

Each individualized program consists of three functional areas. The first includes coursework considered to be of special importance to the student's primary progression of study. Second is the concentration area, including specialized coursework contributing to that area. The student's dissertation makes up the third segment of the Ph.D.

Admission Requirements

Contact the College of Engineering for more information.