Programs of Study


Biomedical Engineering

BME Specializes in biomedical imaging, biomaterials, cardiovascular biomechanics, genomics, bioinformatics, and systems biology, computational genomics, human modeling and simulation, musculoskeletal biomechanics and more.

Chemical and Biochemical Engineering

CBE Specializes in extremophile biotechnology, bio catalysis, biomaterials, drug delivery, medical implants, Nano-structured polymers, photo polymerization, atmospheric chemistry, air pollution engineering,environmental science and more.
Research Highlights

Civil and Environmental Engineering

CEE supports more than 60 graduate students who research in four areas: 1. Environmental Engineering and Science 2. Hydraulics, Hydrology, and Water Resources 3. Structures, Mechanics and Materials and 4. Transportation Engineering.
Iowa Institute for Biomedical Imaging

Electrical and Computer Engineering

We are proud to have among our faculty a National Science Foundation Presidential Faculty Fellow, a National Science Foundation National Young Investigator, several Fellows of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and more.

Industrial and Systems Engineering

The program offers both PhD and MS degrees, with the MS degree with thesis and non-thesis options. The program benefits from modern human factors research and driving simulation laboratories, and bio manufacturing and manufacturing process laboratories.
Undergraduate Programs

Mechanical Engineering

This almost 500 student program offers both MS degree and PhD degrees, with both thesis and non-thesis tracks for the MS degree available. Research focus areas include diverse topics in mechanical systems and thermal-fluid engineering, among several more.
Master of Science in Engineering and Information Technology (MSEIT)

Master of Science in Engineering and Information Technology

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