University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering

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University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering
Motto Inventing Tomorrow
Established 1935
Type Public
Dean Steven L. Crouch [2]
Academic staff 400 tenured and tenure-track faculty members
Students 6954 students (4430 Undergraduate; 2524 Graduate)
Location Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.
Campus Urban
Website www.cse.umn.edu

The College of Science and Engineering (CSE) is one of the colleges of the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota. On July 1, 2010, the college was officially renamed from the Institute of Technology (IT).[1] It was created in 1935 by bringing together the University’s programs in engineering, mining, architecture, and chemistry. Today, CSE contains 12 departments and 24 research centers that focus on engineering, the physical sciences, and mathematics.[2]

Rankings[edit]

The programs offered by the College of Science and Engineering are rated among the best in the nation,[3] particularly in Chemical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering.[4]

The University has also announced its intentions to become one of the top three public research institutions.[5]

Departments[6][edit]

Keller Hall (formerly EE/CS building)

Research centers[edit]

Educational centers[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ College of Science and Engineering: The Institute of Technology Years (1935-2010), edited by Thomas J. Misa and Robert W. Seidel (Charles Babbage Institute, 2010). ISBN 978-0-557-69194-4
  3. ^ National Rankings for IT Programs
  4. ^ USNews.com: America's Best Colleges 2008: Chemical
  5. ^ Regents approve biomedical initiative to move the U among the top 3 public research universities: UMNnews: U of M
  6. ^ IT Departments

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