Applied Physics is devoted to the study and understanding of nature. Considered the most fundamental science, it deals with the constituents, properties, and evolution of the entire universe, from the smallest subatomic particles to the largest galaxies.
Oriented toward current and future high growth arenas, the Business and Technology Management (BTM) trains business leaders of tomorrow. You’ll become deeply familiar with technology and innovation and work in diverse venues.
Computer engineers develop products that touch nearly every part of our lives, from sending e-mails from cell phones to reconstructing genomes. That’s just the kind of invention & innovation the School of Engineering encourages.
From the subway systems beneath our cities to the HD televisions on our walls, innovations by electrical engineers touch every aspect of modern life, but new challenges await the electrical engineers of tomorrow.
Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering are both extremely pertinent in today's high technology and global world, and this program gives students opportunities to garner knowledge from both disciplines.
Mathematics forms the backbone of scientific fields, like physics, engineering, and computer science. With a firm grasp of mathematics, you’ll have the foundation to launch explorations of related disciplines.
Mathematics has applications to nearly every branch of science and engineering, and advances in physics — for example, those in electromagnetism and thermodynamics — often resonate deeply with mathematics.
How has the decision to patent human genes affected intellectual property law, privacy issues, and therapeutic research in medicine? How did an international community transform a military research project into the internet we use today?
Half of the world’s population today lives in cities — a number predicted to increase rapidly. With decreasing natural resources, sustainable urban growth is an increasingly important area of study and action.