The College of Engineering and Computational Sciences achieves its mission through the program of its four academic departments. Please follow the links below to learn more about the education and research opportunities available at CSM in these departments.
The AMS department supports undergraduate and graduate degree emphases in Computational & Applied Mathematics and Statistics and conducts research in scattering theory, numerical analysis, mathematical finance, symbolic computing, wave propagation, biostatistics, seismic data processing, and educational assessment.
CEE faculty teach in undergraduate and graduate degree specialties in the fields of Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering as well as graduate degree programs in Environmental Science and Engineering and Hydrology. Research areas include engineering mechanics, environmental science and engineering, geotechnical engineering, and structural engineering.
EECS delivers courses for an undergraduate and graduate degree emphases in Computer Science and a undergraduate and graduate degree specialties in Electrical Engineering, with departmental research groups in mobile computing and networking, high performance computing, wind energy, energy systems and power electronics, robotics, and information and systems sciences.
The ME department supports the undergraduate and graduate degree Mechanical Engineering specialty programs and conducts research in biomechanics, energy conversion systems and thermal sciences, engineering design, robotics, and mechanics of materials.