Welcome to the School of Computer Sciences & Engineering.
We offer programs that emphasize professional practices and address global issues, societal problems and their potential solutions. As students, you'll enjoy unparalleled individualized support and resources.
We know that active participation is the key to deep-rooted understanding, which is why all of our rigorous STEM programs feature a wealth of hands-on-experiences in state-of-the-art labs. These include:
- Industrial Automation & Robotics Labs and Advanced Mechatronics Lab: Learn the most effective ways to automate manufacturing and distribution processes,
configure flexible manufacturing systems, and program robots.
- Additive and CNC Manufacturing Labs: Create prototypes and new products.
- Green Energy Lab: Discover how to use renewable energy sources and devices.
- Materials Testing Lab and Soil Mechanics Lab: Test and analyze materials and soil behavior.
- Electromechanical Systems & Mechanical Training Lab: Build an entire electromechanical system
using motors, generators, gears, belts and pulleys, and shafts.
- Electronics & Communication Lab and Computer & Interfacing Lab: Simulate, analyze, design, and test electronic, control and communication systems.
- Systems Administration & Computer Networking Lab, Cisco Networking Academy,
and Cyber Defense & Digital Forensics Lab: Construct computer networks, build firewalls
and defend against security intrusions, and analyze system vulnerabilities.
Upon graduation, you'll be well-prepared for a challenging career in the high-tech industry and for admission to selective graduate schools. Our innovative curricula will provide you with invaluable interdisciplinary perspectives, and enable you to take advantage of the many resources, faculty expertise, and synergy that exist within the School.
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