LEARNING IN THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCES

Students studying in CSM’s College of Engineering and Computational Sciences can obtain graduate and undergraduate degrees in a variety of programs. These degrees are offered through the cooperative efforts of faculty in four different academic departments. Follow the links below to learn more about our degrees:

Undergraduate Degrees
The College of Engineering and Computational Sciences offers the following undergraduate degree programs: 
 
  •  Bachelor of Science in Mathematical & Computer Sciences, with Emphasis in Applied Mathematics, Statistics, or Computer Science
The following are recently approved degrees that are “on the books” effective Fall 2012. The engineering degrees shown below are NOT ABET Accredited, but an accreditation visit was conducted in the Fall 2013 semester. More information about the accreditation of these degrees will be provided here as updates become available.
 
The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Degree is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), http://www.abet.org. The accreditation status for the Engineering Degree and all other CSM programs can be found at the CSM accreditation page. For more information about our Program Educational Objectives, Student Outcomes, and Continuous Improvement Processes please click herePDF versionText only version.

The Bachelor of Science in Mathemtical & Computer Sciences is being replaced by specific degrees in Applied Mathematics and Statistics and in Computer Sciences. Existing students and others who want more information about these legacy degrees should consult the 2012-2013 Undergraduate Bulletin.
 
A hallmark of our Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree program and the new discipline-specific engineering degrees is Capstone Senior Design. Have a look at the exciting things our students have learned how to do by the time the graduate!
 
Another exciting feature of degree programs at CSM is the EPICS Program. In EPICS freshmen and sophomores get skills and experiences that let them "Design Early, Design Often" in their studies.
 
Students can also pick from a number of minors programs of study. Two minors that are popular with CECS students are the Energy Minor and the Humanitarian Engineering Minor.
 
Graduate Degrees
The College of Engineering and Computational Sciences offers the following graduate degree programs:
 
 
The following programs are being replaced by the discipline-specific graduate degrees given above, but are still officially offered by CSM. Existing students (who may change to the new degrees if they wish) and others who want more information about these legacy degrees should consult the 2011-2012 Graduate Bulletin.
 
  • Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Engineering, with Specialty in Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical Engineering or Engineering Systems
             
  • Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Environmental Science and Engineering 
  • Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Mathematical & Computer Sciences, with Emphasis in Applied Mathematics, Statistics, or Computer Science 
 
Graduate students in the College of Engineering and Computational Sciences can also participate in a number of special, cross-cutting interdisciplinary programs, including:
 

 

 

 

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