Civil and Environmental Engineering: Offers degrees in both civil engineering and environmental engineering. Programs focus on planning, designing, constructing, maintaining, and managing the nation’s physical infrastructure such as buildings, bridges, power plants, water and wastewater systems while also focused on conservation, natural resource recovery, air quality and pollution control, and environmental health.
Computer Science: Offers degrees in both computer science and computer engineering. Undergraduate and graduate programs focus on all aspects of computer design as well as software construction and applications.
Electrical and Computer Engineering: Offers degrees in electrical engineering covering core technology topics in areas such as biomedical engineering, communications and information technology, control systems, digital signal processing, and computer vision, lasers, optoelectronics, electromagnetic theory and microwave electronics, circuit and VLSI design.
Engineering Management, Information, and Systems: Offers degrees in systems engineering, engineering management, operations research, and management science. Programs focus on the study, design, and management of the technology rich systems that drive today's information-intensive organizations.
Mechanical Engineering: Offers degrees in mechanical engineering. Programs focused on solutions to problems in design and manufacturing, robotics, automotive and transportation systems, energy production and distribution, as well as all other aspects of mechanical systems.