College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Kim L. Boyer, Ph.D.
Nan Carroll, M.P.A.
Engineering can be described as “Science in Service to Society.” The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences is built to educate the next generation of innovators who will address problems of importance to society and build the national wealth. Starting from an existing core of strength in computational and information sciences and engineering, and identifying particular societal needs and opportunities in conjunction with colleagues across the university, the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences will produce graduates prepared for successful careers in industry, government, academia, and research.
The mission of the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences is to educate the next generation of engineering and scientific innovators, to conduct leading-edge research of societal significance within and across traditional academic disciplines, and to prepare students to assume leadership positions in the creation, application, and use of technology. All programs are constructed on rigorous scientific and mathematical fundamentals to prepare students for the arc of a three-decade, or longer, career.
All College of Engineering and Applied Sciences courses are preceded by the prefix letter I.
The following undergraduate courses offered by the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences are considered liberal arts and science courses for purposes of degree requirements for the B.A. or B.S. degrees: All I CSI; I INF 201; I IST 100, 301, 361, 457, 473Z, 499W.