Boston University College of Engineering
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|Dean||Kenneth R. Lutchen|
|Campus||Charles River Campus|
The College of Engineering (ENG) at Boston University offers Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in various fields in engineering. The college currently consists of:
- The Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME)
- The Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME)
- The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE)
- The Division of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE)
- The Division of Systems Engineering (SE)
The College of Engineering has melded three of its programs under one roof. Aerospace, Mechanical, and Manufacturing Engineering now fall under the Mechanical Engineering major with concentrations in both Aerospace and Manufacturing.
In addition, the college is home to eight primary research centers, 109 Tenure/Tenure-track faculty, and 4 research faculty, and lists $98.5 million in engineering-related research expenditures.
The College offers the following concentrations for Engineers in addition to the above:
- Concentration on Technology Innovation
- Concentration on Aerospace Engineering
- Concentration on Energy Technologies
- Concentration on Manufacturing Engineering
- Concentration on Nanotechnology
- To provide a rigorous education to prepare students to become highly qualified engineers and the technology leaders of tomorrow;
- To prepare graduates to lead fulfilling professional lives, participate in lifelong learning, and assume roles as contributing members of society;
- To expand and advance the frontiers of science and technology through research and discovery.