The College of Engineering has seven departments focused on education, research and engineering leadership.
Chemical Engineers are primarily concerned with process engineering: the conversion of raw materials into valuable products with application across a wide swath of industries.
CAEE is the public face of engineering, overseeing projects and design solutions that are most often encountered in the public sphere.
Traditional ECE areas include circuits and electronics, telecommunications, power, and controls. Today, ECE students also work in audio, optics, robotics, biomedical, and nanotechnology.
Degree and certificate programs in five areas enable students to gain perspectives on industry and technology as critical functions of society.
This interdisciplinary field forms the foundation for many engineering applications by improving existing materials and developing new, superior, and sustainable materials and processes.
Mechanical engineers use the principles of energy, materials, and mechanics to design and manufacture machines and devices of all types.