The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers several exceptional graduate programs. Students interested in pursuing a graduate work in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences may do so by applying to their program of interest.
The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS) offers many areas of study for students. CEAS has 11 different majors and over 40 different minors and specializations that span over 9 different departments, each with their own Undergraduate Program Director. Many majors also offer options for accelerated programs in which students can earn their Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in only 5 years. Several special programs for exceptional students exist within CEAS as well: the Women in Science and Engineering, the Engineering Scholars for Medicine, the Engineering Scholars for Dental Medicine, and the Computer Science Honors Program.
The Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Program seeks to increase the number of women in science, math and engineering fields through outreach, recruitment and retention efforts. Combining the vast resources of a major university with the close bonds of a small community, the WISE College Program enables undergraduate women to work closely with peers and faculty to form friendships and to achieve a solid background in their field. The WISE Precollege Program reaches out to local schools to inspire young women to choose to pursue science math and engineering degrees.