At Syracuse University, we believe in the power of one person to change the world. Here at the College of Engineering and Computer Science, future leaders in top fields learn to solve problems, innovate solutions and develop breakthrough technology through nine undergraduate majors. Students have access to nationally regarded research centers, state-of-the-art lab spaces, and challenging internships.
Prepare to meet the demand of new and existing high-tech industries by way of design, production, and operation of machinery.
Master the mechanics of fluids, solids, thermodynamics, aerodynamics, and propulsion as you explore the world of space flight, rockets, and aerospace vehicles.
Learn to apply physical science techniques to life-science problems in preparation for a career in bioengineering product development, medicine, or other fields that tackle global healthcare issues.
Learn to apply the fundamentals of chemistry, physics, and engineering to real-world problems relating to manufactured products.
Learn how to plan, design, construct, and maintain facilities for the public and private sectors such as buildings, bridges, tunnels, highways, transit and water systems.
Focus your learning on applying engineering solutions to address a wide range of environmental, and societal problems.
This program is the center of interdisciplinary learning will help you tackle diverse challenges in cybersecurity, robotic controls, treatment of disease, optical and satellite communications, and microelectronics for computers.
Learn design methodologies for computer hardware and software—from electronic circuits and digital systems to operating systems and software applications.
Be on the cutting edge of the Information Age, learning to develop the technologies that will propel the global community into the future.
Engineering Management (Master’s Degree Only)
This program is designed for practicing engineers and scientists who have or seek increased managerial and leadership responsibilities. It is administered by the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering with the cooperative support of the Martin J. Whitman School of Management.
Cybersecurity (Master’s Degree Only)
The global electrical power grid, financial services, and other critical infrastructure are inextricably dependent on robust cybersecurity to ensure security trust, and system assurance. Our cybersecurity program is designed to address global needs for securing data in today’s world.
In the College of Engineering and Computer Science, students are provided a team of advisors to support and mentor them throughout their entire undergraduate career. Career advisors counsel and train students to develop and assess their career skills, ensure job readiness, help them secure internships and jobs, and serve as a liaison to faculty and employers on students’ behalf.