Chemical Engineering is unique in the engineering profession in that it requires a strong foundation in chemical principles, as well as in the physical and engineering sciences common to all branches of engineering. An education in Chemical Engineering is one of the broadest – the chemical engineer may find employment in all phases of technical operations.
Civil Engineers are involved in the planning, design, construction, and operation of facilities essential to modern life. These built systems include airports, water supply systems, bridges and roadways, water treatment plants, dams and reservoirs, space and aircraft structures, and power supply structures, to name a few.
The mission of the Department of Computer Science consists of three interrelated components: (1) providing the highest quality instruction to the students; (2) conducting leading-edge research in computer science and engineering; and (3) providing leadership and service to our professional communities.
The primary goal of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is to prepare students for a successful professional career in the respective chosen discipline. The curriculum is structured to provide each student with a sound background in mathematics, physical sciences, computer sciences, engineering sciences and a thorough foundation for the analysis and design of electrical, electronic, and computer and digital systems.
As one of the broadest engineering branches, mechanical engineering includes design, analysis, and manufacturing associated with: (1) energy; and (2) structures and motion in mechanical systems. Mechanical Engineers design machines, processes, and systems utilizing mechanical and thermal power.