Environmental Engineering (PhD, MS)
Research areas include water quality and air quality engineering, contaminants in the environment, environmental biotechnology and nanotechnology, waste management; sustainability and ecological engineering. Graduates are prepared for careers in academia, governmental agencies, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), or private industry and firms involved in planning, design, research and development, or policy.
Materials Science and Engineering (MS)
Materials Science applies the fundamental principles of physics and chemistry to engineering materials, with a focus on the interrelationship between material structure, their properties, and the means by which they are processed. MSE impacts multiple facets of our economy, such as aerospace, electronics, transportation, communication, construction, recreation, entertainment, environment and energy.