Graduate-level study prepares you with the skills to thoughtfully lead and strategically address problems in the workplace. The Russ College of Engineering and Technology offers a variety of graduate programs, giving you the freedom to choose the program that best fits your personal and professional goals in your chosen discipline.
As a leading research institution, our graduate students will collaborate with accomplished faculty, who have both research and industry experience, on innovative projects. Students will also enhance their skills with a curriculum designed to prepare them to lead in an engineering setting. We prepare our graduates with the tools and experience to create an impact that lasts a lifetime.
The Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN) Fellowship is available to graduate students with the goal of becoming university faculty members or other high-impact researchers. The fellowship is awarded based on academic performance and financial need, upon the approval of the Graduate School and the corresponding department hosting a fellowship.