The College of Engineering offers ten Bachelor of Science (BS) degree programs, and a number of available options within the BS degree programs, to prepare students for the future challenges of business, industry, and academia. Information for prospective bachelor students can be found here. Full descriptions of these programs are available here. In addition to traditional, mainstream engineering programs, the Applied Engineering Sciences major provides students the opportunity to complete a program which includes a core foundation across the engineering sciences with a cognate (focused coursework) in Business or Telecommunications.
Master's and Doctoral programs provide the opportunity to pursue graduate education while performing research in a wide variety of fields under the guidance of top researchers. In addition to the degrees in the disciplines, students have the opportunity to pursue a graduate specialization in Environmental Toxicology, or an interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Environmental Toxicology. For more information on graduate programs, visit the Masters and Doctoral programs page.