Degree Programs

What's Your Interest?

The College offers degrees in the following programs:

Applied and Industrial Technologies

Aviation Flight Training curriculum is designed to prepare and provide students with the skills and expertise for professional careers in the commercial aviation field. Aviation Management curriculum is designed to prepare and provide students with the skills and expertise for management careers in the corporate aviation field. Industrial Electronics Technology emphasizes electronics, operations, management, robotics, material handling and quality control.

  • B.S. in Applied and Industrial Technologies with concentrations in:
    • Mechatronics Technology Program
    • Industrial Electronics Technology Program
    • Aviation Management Program

Architectural Engineering

Architectural engineers plan, design, construct, and maintain buildings. They design and construct the structural systems, the heating and air conditioning systems, the lighting and electrical systems, and the plumbing and fire protection systems for buildings, along with construction management. Architectural engineers engage in building and community sustainability practices. They facilitate maintenance and renovations of existing buildings. Four specializations in the Architectural Engineering program are Structures, Mechanical (HVAC)/Electrical/Lighting, Construction and Facilities Management.

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering includes the planning, designing, construction, and maintenance of structures and altering geography to suit human needs. Some of the numerous subdivisions are transportation (eg, railroad facilities and highways); hydraulics (eg, river control, irrigation, swamp draining, water supply, and sewage disposal); and structures (eg, buildings, bridges, and tunnels).

Graduate Degrees – M.S. in Computer & Information Systems Engineering and Ph.D. in Engineering & Computational Sciences

The Master of Science degree program in Computer and Information Systems Engineering (CISE) is designed to meet the needs of the information industry by preparing its graduates with a background in computer hardware, computer software and a systems approach to the design and development of computer integrated systems.

The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree program in Engineering and Computational Sciences is a unique interdisciplinary program. It integrates the strengths of various disciplines of computer science, electrical and computer engineering, mechanical and manufacturing engineering, civil engineering, and systems engineering. The curriculum provides advanced knowledge and research experiences in the following concentration areas: (1) Engineering Systems and (2) Computational Sciences.

For information about these programs, please click on the links below:

Computer Science

The department of Computer Science at TSU offers high quality, student-centered undergraduate and graduate degrees.  Student also can choose to concentrate and specialize in some top line fields. Below is the list of the degrees and concentrations at Computer Science:

  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
    • Data Science Concentration
    • Cybersecurity and Networking Concentration
    • Bioinformatics Concentration
  • Master of Science in Computer Science
    • Data Science Concentration
    • Cybersecurity and Networking Concentration
    • High-Performance Computing and Bioinformatics Concentration
  • PhD in Engineering and Computational Sciences
    • Computational Sciences Concentration
      • Data Science Specialty
      • Cybersecurity and Networking Specialty
      • High-Performance Computing and Bioinformatics Specialty
    • Engineering Systems Concentration
  • Minor in Computer Science
  • Accelerated M.S. in Computer Science

Electrical and Computer Engineering

The Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs leading up to Ph.D. in Computer and Information Systems Engineering (CISE). Our undergraduate program offers a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (B. S. E. E.) and a concentration in Computer Engineering under the B.S. E. E. degree.

The graduate programs offer a Master of Engineering (M.E.) degree, a Master of Science (M.S.) and a Ph.D. in Computer and Information Systems Engineering. The M.E. degree offers concentrations in Electrical Engineering and Bioengineering. The Electrical Engineering concentration offers emphasis in Control Systems and Robotics, Communication Systems and Power Systems. The Ph. D. in CISE offers concentrations in Computer Communications and Networks, Control Systems and Signal Processing, and Computer Aided Manufacturing and Robotics.

  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (B. S. E. E.) with a concentration in Computer Engineering
  • Master of Engineering (M.E.) with concentrations in Electrical Engineering
  • Master of Science in Computer & Information Systems (M.S.)
  • Ph.D. in Computer and Information Systems Engineering (Ph.D in CISE)

with concentrations in:
Computer Communications and Networks
Control Systems and Signal Processing
Computer Aided Manufacturing and Robotics

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is the application of physical principles and mathematics to the creation of useful devices, objects and machines. Mechanical engineers use principles such as heat, force, and the conservation of mass and energy to analyze static and dynamic physical systems, in contributing to the design of things, such as: automobiles, aircraft, and other vehicles, heating and cooling systems, household appliances, industrial equipment and machinery, weapons systems, etc. In brief, Mechanical Engineers are problem solver for the society. They  research, develop, design, manufacture, and test tools, engines, machines, and other mechanical systems. They also work on power-producing machines. They develop machine tools, industrial production equipment, and robots. Mechanical engineers also design tools that other engineers need for their work. The emerging fields of Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems and Nanotechnology, which involves the creation of high-performance materials and components by integrating atoms and molecules, is introducing entirely new principles to the design process. Social needs and new technologies and skills change the profession as it seeks to fit a wide-open global marketplace.

  • Bachelor of Science (BS) in Mechanical Engineering
  • Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering Concentration, M.E.
  • Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Concentration, M.E.
  • Computer and Information Systems Engineering (CISE), Robotics and Computer Integrated Manufacturing Concentration, Ph.D. 

 


Application Requirements

All students applying for graduate admission must first complete the Graduate Student Profile at: http://go.tnstate.edu/inquiryform

You will then be directed to:

  1. Complete the EngineeringCAS Online Application
  2. Pay the application fee directly to EngineeringCAS (not TSU),
  3. Submit an official transcript to EngineeringCAS (you may upload an unofficial transcript as a pre-screening),
  4. List three references and their email address (they will be sent a reference form).
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