The GE Johnson Department of Architectural Engineering and Construction Science is nationally recognized for preparing graduates for careers in engineering and construction. The combination of these two programs in one department is unique and prepares students to work effectively as professional members of an integrated architecture-engineering-constructor team and produce quality design and construction of the built environment.
The mission of the department of biological and agricultural engineering is to advance the knowledge and application of engineering and technology to living systems, agriculture and the environment. The Department strives for excellence in preparing the next generation to address the future global challenges and sustainability.
The Tim Taylor Department of Chemical Engineering's mission is to provide students a rigorous and relevant education in the fundamentals and practice of chemical engineering. Faculty research keeps the department aware of the most important trends in chemical engineering. They bring this knowledge into the classroom, thereby ensuring that students are kept up to date.
The civil engineering department is a community of learners committed to providing outstanding educational opportunities to our students. Students, staff and faculty in the department are engaged in a variety of state, federal, and industry-supported research projects that directly address the improvement of urban infrastructure and access to clean water.
The department of computer science trains students to be world-class problem solvers, team players and logical thinkers. The curriculum exposes students to a wide range of computing areas such as algorithms, large-scale software systems, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity.
The mission of the department of electrical and computer engineering is to provide best possible education to prepare students for a professional career, an environment which instills in the students a sensitivity to the social and humanistic implications of technology, the atmosphere to create new knowledge through scholarly research, and an effective outreach program. The department now offers a Bachelor of Science in biomedical engineering.
The industrial and manufacturing systems engineering department's faculty is dedicated to effective teaching and helping students prepare for rewarding careers. Graduates from the program are highly recruited by employers in both service and manufacturing industries.
The mission of the Alan Levin Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering is to (1) provide rigorous and challenging educational experiences to enable students to attain their full potential, (2) conduct scholarship that is of national and international repute to generate new knowledge and technology for the benefit of society, and (3) provide service through outreach programs to our profession, the state and the nation.