Established in 2008, the Biomedical Engineering program offers two master's degrees: a MS in Biomedical Engineering (with thesis) and a ME in Biomedical Engineering (non-thesis option). It is a university-wide program that pulls from four colleges (Engineering, Science, Agricultural Sciences, and the School of Medicine).
The Civil and Environmental Engineering program is designed to provide advanced study in the areas of structural engineering, environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, water resources engineering. Students may choose between completing a MS in Civil Engineering (with thesis) or a ME in Civil and Environmental Engineering (non-thesis option).
The ECE Department provides a rich environment for educational and professional advancement while offering a flexible course of study that can be tailored to each student's academic and professional goals. Graduates enjoy excellent employment opportunities and are recruited worldwide in industry, government, and academia.
The objective of the program is to develop quality and management professionals who can plan, coordinate, design, implement, and control the quality function in manufacturing and service companies in order to increase productivity, optimize resources, decrease waste, and improve product quality. Course offerings and research are available in the areas of quality assurance, six sigma, lean manufacturing, project management and reliability. This technically-oriented non-engineering program provides advanced education for students with baccalaureate degrees in technology and is also an excellent continuing education opportunity for individuals who wish to expand their education in the area of quality management systems
The Mechanical Engineering master's program is designed to provide advanced study in air pollution control, mass and heat transfer, coal conversion, electrochemical processes, thermal science, thermal systems design, solar systems design, chemical and biochemical processes, mechanical systems, computer-aided design, composite materials and ceramics and tribology. The department also offers an accelerated MS in Mechanical Engineering.
The program is designed to provide advanced study in areas such as rock mechanics and ground control, mine design, mineral and coal processing, surface and underground mining systems performance optimization, innovative mining systems, surface mine reclamation, insitu mining, mine environment and ventilation, coal bed methane reservoir engineering, carbon dioxide sequestration, and coal combustion byproduct utilization and management.