The College of Engineering & Applied Science has six departments with over 60 full-time faculty, all of whom hold doctorate degrees. Please visit the departmental pages to find the list of faculty with contact information and a short list of their research interests.
Civil Engineering & MechanicsCivil engineers design structures such as buildings and bridges, develop water supply and sewage systems, plan and design highway systems, and design foundations and tunnels.
Computer ScienceComputer science pertains to the study and design of computer systems, networks, communication, software, computing techniques and underlying theory.
Electrical EngineeringElectrical engineering prepares students to pursue careers in fields such as wireless communication, electrical energy, signaling processes like microwave or digital systems, or robotics.
Industrial & Manufacturing EngineeringIndustrial engineers are well trained to focus on problems related to productivity, quality, and continuous improvement.
Materials Materials engineers use chemical and physical processes to provide new materials, more useful products, and improvements in the properties of existing materials.
Mechanical EngineeringMechanical engineering gives engineers the freedom to deal with virtually any aspect of the multi-faceted engineering process, such as design, development, analysis, production and testing.