Envision and construct the systems and design of safe, economic and environmentally sound buildings and their operations.
Convert raw materials into the outcomes used in much of modern-day life. Land a career in a wide array of industries, like food production, biotechnology, electronics or advanced materials.
Work on design solutions in the public sphere or in critical infrastructure, including water systems, bridges, roads, structural systems, green buildings, pollution mitigation and public transit.
Design smaller, faster, and more reliable computers, systems, processors and networks for modern life uses in computer architecture, cybersecurity, embedded systems, and the Internet of Things.
Ensure that outcomes meet specifications and is delivered on schedule and on budget. Work with contributors, end-to-end, to tackle complex projects from inception through completion.
Take on the technical demands of the world with expertise that can be applied to fields like machine learning, robotics, automation and control, wireless networks and bioinformatics.
Make an immediate impact with practical skills and multi-disciplinary training for a career as a leader in fields like robotics, smart manufacturing, electronics, or renewable energy.
Improve quality of life and protect humans and environments from the effects of industry or climate change through sustainability, air, water and waste treatment, pollution control and more.
Design, process and characterize materials for performance and sustainability for many uses like renewable energy and conversion, computing and communication or medical technology.
Design and control all types of devices and the human-machine interface for careers in biomechanics, infrastructure systems, robotics, high-performance computing and others.
Explore your options and make a decision on your major during your first-year.