The College of Science and Engineering prepares undergraduate and graduate students for careers in the natural and physical sciences, mathematics, computer science, engineering, and technology. The college is committed to nurturing the talents of young scientists by immersing students in a robust curriculum and applied learning experiences in laboratory research, field study, and cutting edge technology.
With our nationally recognized research programs and a strong emphasis on teaching, our faculty helps prepare students for advanced professional training and graduate school. An important feature of our undergraduate program is the opportunity for serious students to work closely with faculty members on current public and privately funded research projects. Such involvement often leads to scholarly publications and interest in graduate studies.
Comprised of 185 faculty in six departments, the Ingram School of Engineering, and the Materials Science, Engineering, and Commercialization Program, the College of Science and Engineering offers a broad spectrum of educational resources, cross-disciplinary training, and career preparedness for our majors.