Aeronautical and Industrial Technology
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 Aeronautical and Industrial Technology with concentrations in:
Industrial Electronics Technology
Architectural Engineering is the discipline concerned with the planning, design, construction, and operation of engineered systems for commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities.
- B.S. in Architectural 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).
- B.S. in Civil Engineering
- M.E. in Civil Engineering with Areas of Specialization:
- Structural Engineering
- Transportation Engineering
- M.E. in Environmental Engineering
Computer and Information Systems Engineering
The degree program in Computer and Information Systems Engineering (CISE) is a unique program designed to meet the needs of Information Age Society by preparing its graduates with a background in computer hardware, computer software and systems approach to design and development of integrated systems.
The program provides opportunities for students from electrical or other engineering fields, computer science, and business majors to pursue this degree through different levels of admission status.
- M.S. in Computer and Information Systems Engineering
- Ph.D. in Computer and Information Systems Engineering with concentrations in:
Computer Communication and Networks
Control System and Signal Processing
Robotics and Computer Integration Manufacturing
The Department of Computer Science offers an exciting B.S. degree with a broad based knowledge in various contemporary computer science fields such as computer architecture and organization, software systems, algorithm design and analysis, computer programming, database management systems, computer networks and data communication, cyber-security, artificial intelligence, robotics, and bioinformatics.
The Department also offers a Master of Science degree in Computer Science. The M.S. in Computer Science program provides recent college graduates, or college graduates who have had several years of professional life, an opportunity to enhance their careers and work on cutting-edge areas of computer science. The program offers two concentrations: (1) high-performance computing and bioinformatics, and (2) cyber-security and networking.
- B.S. in Computer Science
- B.S. in Computer Science with Concentration in Bioinformatics
- M.S. in Computer Science with Concentrations in
- Cyber-Security & Networking
- High-Performance Computing & Bioinformatics
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering is a field which encompasses a wide variety of systems and components from a microelectronic chip in a digital watch to a communication satellite in space, from a simple appliance like an electric toothbrush to the largest electric power generator, from a simple three-way switch arrangement that controls the lights in a home to the design, operation and construction of the fastest and largest computers, from simple thermostat control in a home to the design of sophisticated controls for an unmanned cruise missile, from a home telephone to a world-wide communication network. Computer Engineering deals with design, development and application of computer hardware and software, and computer communication and networks.
- B.S. in Electrical Engineering
- B.S. in Electrical Engineering with concentration in Computer Engineering
- M.E. in Biomedical Engineering
- M.E. in Electrical Engineering
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.
- B.S. in Mechanical Engineering
- M.E. in Manufacturing Engineering
- M.E. in Mechanical Engineering