Experience-Based Engineering Education
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The College of Engineering is organized into the following four degree-granting departments: aerospace, electrical and computer, industrial and manufacturing, and mechanical engineering.
The Engineer of 2020 program compliments our undergraduate degrees by making the educational experience more meaningful to the student and the student more desirable to local and national industries. To fulfill the requirements for an Engineering BS degree at WSU, each student will complete the program course requirements including at least three of the following six activities: Undergraduate Research; Cooperative Education or Internship; Global Learning or Study Abroad; Service Learning; Leadership; and Multidisciplinary Education.
Aerospace Engineering The aerospace engineering program provides an array of courses that enable student participation in the design and analysis of aircraft and spacecraft. We offer courses in the following general fields: propulsion, structures, aerodynamics, performance and stability and control. Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering (BSAE)
Biomedical Engineering Wichita State University's Bioengineering program is a unique combination of engineering, ergonomics, anatomy and physiology, biology, chemistry and communication. Currently there are three concentrations: bio devices and instrumentation, bio energy, and lifespan engineering. Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering (BSBE)
Computer Engineering Computer engineering curriculum is oriented toward computer architecture and computer networks and the design of digital hardware to implement computers and networks. In addition, students are required to take courses in computer programming to become proficient as a computer programmer. Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCE)
Computer Science Computer scientists are problem-solvers in the modern world. They develop computer implementations to assist scientists, businesses and government. If you are interested in science, engineering or business, but cannot decide which area to focus on, Computer Science might be the answer. Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS)
Electrical Engineering Electrical engineering students work in a wide spectrum of activities covering many fields, including: avionics, process control systems, communication systems, information processing, instrumentation and measurement systems, digital systems and power systems. Electrical engineers are involved in the design of many items that range from the commonplace to the extraordinary. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
Industrial Engineering Industrial engineering is concerned with looking at the "big picture" of systems that allow organizations and individuals to perform at their best. Industrial engineers bridge the gap between management and operations. They focus on process improvement, deal with and motivate people and decide what tools should be used and how they should be used. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (BSIE)
Manufacturing Engineering Manufacturing engineering transforms raw materials, parts and subassemblies into intermediate and final products through the use of people, capital, processes, machinery and operations, following a well-organized plan for each activity. This branch of engineering involves designing, planning and using state-of-the-art technologies in the production of the highest quality products while assuring a competitive level of productivity. Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering
Mechanical Engineering As one of the broadest engineering fields, mechanical engineers are found in virtually all industries, including: aircraft, automotive, medical, energy, building, agricultural and consumer products. They design products for machines and processes for manufacturing. They analyze, test and develop these products, machines and manufacturing processes to attain the best performance reliability within regulations to meet the cost and time limits. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME)
Engineering Technology is a hands-on program based on engineering technology fundamentals, engineering principles, instrumentation, mathematics, science, and practical design principles needed to equip students for employment or further education. The focus is on current engineering technology issues and applications used in product design, testing, installation, and maintenance to prepare students for careers in manufacturing, construction, health care, education, and technical services or sales. The BSET curriculum offers four specialized program tracks for students transferring from technology programs in two-year colleges: aircraft maintenance technology, engineering technology management, mechatronics technology, and renewable energy technology. Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology (BSET)
Deciding Engineering: Do you know you want to be an engineer but you're not quite sure which kind? That's okay, you do not need to declare a specific engineering major right away. Deciding Engineering gives students the opportuntity for career exploration by taking a variety of engineering courses. You can not obtain a undergraduate degree in Deciding Engineering, however, you can major in Deciding Engineering for your first two years.
Aerospace Engineering The Department of Aerospace Engineering offers programs leading to Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees. Current research topics include acoustics, aeroelasticity, aerothermodynamics, aircraft dynamic loads, aircraft flight dynamics and control, aircraft icing, airfoil design and rotor aerodynamics, artificial neural networks, composite materials, computational fluid dynamics, computational solid mechanics, continuum damage and fracture mechanics, damage tolerance, design, experimental aerodynamics, finite element analysis, flight loads, hypersonics, intelligent control, structural dynamics, and theoretical and applied aerodynamics. Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering (MSAE) or Doctor of Philosophy in Aerospace Engineering (PhD)
Computer Science WSU’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science offers a course of study leading to the Master of Science in Computer Science MSCS. Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS)
Computer Networking The area of computer networking has become an essential component of any effort for economic and social progress. Demand for networking experts is expected to multiply exponentially during the next two decades. Master of Science in Computer Networking (MSCN)
Electrical Engineering WSU’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science offers courses of study leading to the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering MSEE and the Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering PhD EE. Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) or Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering (PhD)
Engineering Management The Master of Engineering Management (MEM) degree program is geared toward helping engineers/technologists develop planning, decision-making and managerial skills while receiving advanced technical knowledge. If you find that you need to use (or develop) skills in decision-making and management of teams, projects and organizations then you should consider the MEM program. Master of Engineering Management (MEM)
Industrial Engineering Wichita State University’s Master of Science in Industrial Engineering (MSIE) program offers concentrations in: Ergonomics/Human Factors, Engineering Systems, and Manufacturing Systems Engineering. The MSIE program is directed toward both full-time and part-time students with a special emphasis on providing training and experience in performing independent research on topics with theoretical as well as applied interest. Students are encouraged to conduct research or take courses on topics that overlap several disciplines. Master of Science in Industrial Engineering (MSIE) or Doctor of Philosophy in Industrial Engineering (PhD)
Mechanical Engineering The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers courses of study leading to the Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees. Departmental faculty have developed research activities in four areas of specialization: Materials Science and Engineering (including Composites Processing; Nano- and Bio-Composites; Nanotechnology) Energy and Thermal Fluid Sciences (including Alternative Fuels and Fuel Safety; non-Newtonian and Viscoelastic materials; Bio-Fluids and BioHeat Transfer; Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer); Mechanical Systems Analysis and Design (including Vehicle Crashworthiness and Impact Dynamics; Acoustics); and Robotics and Control (including biosensors and biomedical devices; non-linear control). Mechanical Master of Science (MS) or Mechanical Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)