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Prospective Graduate Students
The College of Engineering provides graduate students with exciting research and educational opportunities that address the challenging, technology-oriented problems facing us today. Our graduates are highly successful in industry and academia and are well-prepared to assume leadership roles in organizations that demand well-trained and innovative professionals.
Graduate Study Contacts
Our approach to graduate studies is decentralized. Each department develops and manages its own degree programs and admission process. Contact the appropriate Graduate Study Coordinator.
Download our graduate studies overview document.
If you need additional help, contact the Dean's Office staff.
In addition to graduate degrees in the traditional disciplines, the College of Engineering offers the following interdisciplinary programs:
- Energy Science, Technology, and Policy
- Engineering & Technology Innovation Management
- Engineering & Technology Innovation Management Dual Degree Program
- Colloids, Polymers, & Surfaces Program
- Master of Integrated Innovation for Products & Services
- Master of Science in Software Management
- Master of Science in Technology Ventures
- MBA and Engineering Integrated 5-year Program
Tuition, Application, and Transfer Links
- Estimated Cost for Graduate Programs. Qualified candidates may be eligible for fellowships for financial aid.
- College of Engineering online application
- Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Application
- Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley Application
- Information Networking Institute Application
- Integrated Innovation Institute Admissions
- Graduate Transfer Credit Request Form