The College of Engineering and Computer Science has five departments offering Bachelor programs in computer engineering, civil engineering, computer science, construction management technology, electrical engineering, manufacturing systems engineering and mechanical engineering; Master of Science programs in computer science, electrical engineering, engineering management, and materials engineering; and Master of Science in Engineering programs with options in applied mechanics, automation engineering, materials engineering, mechanical engineering and structural engineering. The college has approximately 1900 undergraduate majors and 400 graduate majors. The engineering and computer science programs prepare students for life long careers in a field that will allow them to make productive contributions to society and to find personal satisfaction in their work. Bachelor degrees in civil engineering, computer science, electrical enginee ring, manufacturing systems engineering, and mechanical engineering are ABET accredited.
|14-05||Open||Electical and Computer Engineering||Control Systems Engineering||Assistant Professor|
|14-07||Open||Mechanical Engineering||Assistant Professor|
|14-18||Open||Civil Engineering and Construction Management||Civil Engineering/Applied Mechanics||Assistant Professor|
|14-20||Open||Civil Engineering and Construction Management||Construction Management||Assistant Professor|
|14-08||Open||Computer Science||Assistant Professor|
|14-15||Open||Manufacturing Systems Engineering and Management||Assistant Professor|
|14-34||Open||Mechanical Engineering||Assistant Professor|