School of Engineering

Eddy M. Rojas, Dean  


The School of Engineering offers programs leading to master's and doctoral degrees in various areas of engineering. These graduate programs permit both departmental and interdisciplinary study to meet the specialized and continuing educational needs of the engineer. Sufficient flexibility allows the student to specialize or pursue a broad field of study. Current graduate programs in the School of Engineering lead to the following degrees:

Master of Science

  • in Aerospace Engineering
  • in Bioengineering
  • in Chemical Engineering
  • in Civil Engineering
  • in Computer Engineering
  • in Electrical Engineering
  • in Electro-Optics
  • in Engineering
  • in Engineering Management
  • in Engineering Mechanics
  • in Materials Engineering
  • in Mechanical Engineering
  • in Management Science
  • in Renewable and Clean Energy


Doctor of Engineering

  • Major in Aerospace Engineering
  • Major in Electrical Engineering
  • Major in Materials Engineering
  • Major in Mechanical Engineering


Doctor of Philosophy in Electro-Optics

  • Major in Electro-Optics


Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering

  • Major in Aerospace Engineering
  • Major in Electrical Engineering
  • Major in Materials Engineering
  • Major in Mechanical Engineering


Programs and the courses appropriate to each of these degrees are described in the Program of Study.