Science in Service to Society

At the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, we consider engineering to be “Science in Service to Society.” Our mission 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 our students to assume leadership positions in the creation, application, and use of technology. We provide a research-intensive educational experience that is built on rigorous scientific and mathematical fundamentals and prepares students for the arc of a three-decade, or longer, career.

The Department of Computer Science is a rich and diverse community of scholars at the forefront of their field. It is home to the B.S. degree in Computer Science-Combined, B.S. Degree in Computer Science and Applied Math, accelerated B.S./M.S. degree program, M.S. in Computer Science, and a Ph.D. in Computer Science. The department also offers a Computer Science minor. Please visit our program and department pages for more information.

Computer Science students
Electrical and Computer Engineering faculty working with robot

The fully-featured Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers degrees from the B.S. through the Ph.D. in an environment that fosters both learning and research. It is home to the undergraduate (B.S.) and graduate (M.S. and Ph.D.) programs in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Follow the links to learn more about our department and  programs.  

The Department of Environmental and Sustainable Engineering’s field of study and research examines traditional environmental protection, but also explicitly includes a rare focus on sustainable use and design of natural and engineered environments. It is home to the B.S. in Environmental and Sustainable Engineering. (The M.S. and Ph.D. programs are moving through the NYS approval process.) Please visit our program and department pages for more information.

Environmental and Sustainable Engineering researcher working in lab