Engineering Programs

Engineering Programs

We are proud of the quality of the education and research our College offers; and inspired by the innovativeness, capabilities, and achievements of our engineering students, graduates, and faculty. As we continue on our trajectory of engineering excellence, we invite you to visit us to learn more about the College. 

Our bachelors, masters, and doctoral degree programs are distributed across seven departments:

Engineering Programs

Electrical & Computer Engineering

BS, MS, PHD

Industrial & Systems Engineering

BS, MS, PHD

Mechanical Engineering

BS, MS, PHD

Computer Science

BS, MS, PHD

Civil, Architectural & Environmental Engineering

BS, MS

Computational Science & Engineering

MS, PHD

Chemical, Biological & Bio Engineering

BS, MS

All undergraduate engineering programs in our college are ABET accredited; and the work of our faculty is internationally recognized. We are particularly proud of being the only HBCU to have a Engineering Research Center for Revolutionizing Metallic Biomaterials.  

Together, our College’s educational and research endeavors produce a College of Engineering with an enrollment of over 1660 undergraduate and graduate students and with annual research expenditures over $11,000,000.

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