Welcome to the College of Engineering community. With nine departments and more than 1,300 graduate and PhD students, we consistently rank among the top engineering programs in the country. The college is home to 44 research centers covering a wide range of topics. College faculty and staff report more than a hundred invention disclosures each year, and many faculty have received prestigious National Science Foundation Presidential Young Investigator, Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers or Faculty Early Career Development Awards. Almost 20 professors have been named to the National Academy of Engineering.
Admission for graduate students are handled directly by graduate-level degree programs within the college. Visit our academic departments and the other resources provided on this page to learn more about taking your engineering degree to the next level.
In addition, check out this boston.com blog post, "Should you go to grad school? Yes, if ... ," written by alumnus Soren Harrison, who earned his master's degree in nuclear engineering and engineering physics in 2005 and his PhD in the same discipline in 2008.
GRADUATE STUDENT NEWS
- Water systems research fills in the details for Africa’s largest dam
- How a strong research career begins
- Blended learning empowers engineers for life
- Cramer recognized for efforts to advance women in engineering
- Nov. 4 author lecture to spark dialog about ailing U.S. infrastructure
- Industrial engineering grad student receives ethics fellowship
- Echometrix technology helps humans and horses
- Nuclear researchers receive more than $2M from DOE for R&D
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Find College of Engineering faculty by department or research interests at the college faculty directory.