Jul 07, 2020  
Graduate Catalog 2019-20 
    
Graduate Catalog 2019-20 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


College of Engineering and Applied Sciences

College of Engineering and Applied Sciences



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Houssam Toutanji,
Dean

Matthew Cavalli
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Academic Affairs

Andrew Kline
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education

The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences is dedicated to excellence in education and research. Academic programs educate students for life-long learning and responsible professional leadership in the global community. Research addresses both knowledge generation and application to real-world challenges. Our faculty, staff, and students serve as a resource to our constituents, including business and industry. Graduates of our programs are well prepared for professional careers in basic or applied research and in application of engineering principles to the marketplace.

The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers the Master of Science in Engineering in Aerospace Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. It offers the Master of Science in Computer Science through the Department of Computer Science; the Master of Science in Manufacturing Engineering through the Department of Engineering Design, Manufacturing, and Management Systems; Master of Science in Engineering Management through the Department of Industrial and Entrepreneurial Engineering and Engineering Management; and the Master of Science in Paper and Printing Science through the Department of Chemical and Paper Engineering. It offers the Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science, in Electrical and Computer Engineering, in Evaluation, in Industrial Engineering, in Mechanical Engineering, in Paper and Printing Science, and in Engineering and Applied Sciences.

Course descriptions: Numbers following the course title indicate hours of lecture and laboratory per week during a semester (lecture hours-laboratory hours).

Academic Units:
Chemical and Paper Engineering
Computer Science
Civil and Construction Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Engineering Design, Manufacturing, and Management Systems
Industrial and Entrepreneurial Engineering & Engineering Management
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

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