Masters Programs

Biomedical Engineering (MSBE)

Biomedical Engineering is the confluence of engineering, biology and medicine. Main application areas are the development and testing of new medical devices, systems and drugs/medications to prevent or cure illnesses and medical conditions. It explores the complex interconnections between biological processes, and the engineering tools to study and modify them.

Chemical Engineering (MSChE, MSCH, ME)

Faculty research and development interests cover a broad range of areas in reacting systems, thermodynamics, transport phenomena, systems engineering and characterization, all fundamental as well as applied in biomedical, materials including microelectronic, and environmental domains.

Civil Engineering (MCE, MSCE)

Graduates of the program are prepared for careers with public agencies or private industry and firms involved in planning, designing, research and development, or regulation. The MSCE is a research oriented degree in which the student writes, as a major part of the degree requirements, a thesis that defines, examines, and reports in depth on a subject area relevant to engineering.

Computer Engineering (MSCP)

Provides students with a strong background in algorithms, computer architecture, and operating systems as well as advanced knowledge in other areas of interest to the students such as CMOS VLSI Design, Digital Circuit Synthesis, Formal Verification, Testing and Fault Tolerance, Low-Power VLSI, Robotics, Computer Networks, Security. Thesis and non-thesis options.

Computer Science (MSCS)

Provides students with a strong background in algorithms, computer architecture, and operating systems as well as advanced knowledge in other areas of interest to the students such as Data Mining and Machine Learning, Robotics, Computer Networks, Security, Image Processing, Pattern Recognition. Thesis and non-thesis options.

Electrical Engineering (MSEE)

The department research areas are supported by state of the art facilities for nano/micro fabrication, metrology and characterization, as well as industry-standard computer-aided-design and simulation software. We also emphasize the professional development of students through high-quality scholarly publications, presentations at international conferences, and participation in grant proposal development.

Environmental Engineering (MSEV)

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.

Industrial Engineering (MSIE, MSEM)

Industrial Engineering explores the use of mathematical, statistical, and computer simulation models of complex systems in manufacturing, logistics, information, healthcare, transportation, finance, utilities, entertainment, and service. The objective of the program is to prepare students to make engineering decisions for improving system performance and developing public policies.

Materials Science and Engineering (MSMSE)

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.

Mechanical Engineering (MSME, MME)

Research areas include mechanism design, Kinematics, system dynamics and vibrations, mechanical controls, robotics, rehabilitation engineering, composite materials, solid mechanics, fluid dynamics, thermal Energy Systems, clean and renewable energy systems, micro and nanoscale materials and systems, and MEMS,