School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

A list of concentrations in The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Applied Mathematics

We can characterize what applied mathematicians should learn by examining what they do.  Mathematical scientists who identify themselves primarily as applied mathematicians function in complementary dual roles… Read more about Applied Mathematics

Computer Science

Computer science is a dynamic, versatile field, full of open problems and opportunities for creative invention. The concentration in computer science is designed to teach students skills that they will use… Read more about Computer Science

Engineering Sciences

Engineering plays a critical role in enhancing social progress and improving our quality of life. The Engineering Sciences program educates future leaders with the technical background necessary to develop and critically evaluate the next wave of engineering innovations, to apply these innovations to important local and global problems, and to make informed decisions about them in a societal context.… Read more about Engineering Sciences

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is a discipline of engineering that uses the principles of physics and materials science for the analysis and design of mechanical and thermal systems. Mechanical engineering is critical to the success of many human enterprises - it plays a central role in the generation and distribution of energy, transportation, manufacturing, and infrastructure development.
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