Vermont Graduate Engineering Schools with Master's and PhD Degree Programs

Vermont Graduate Engineering Schools with Master's and PhD Degree Programs

Vermont Graduate Engineering Schools with Master's and PhD Degree Programs

The University of Vermont's College of Engineering and Mathematical Science

The School of Engineering at the University of Vermont's College of Engineering and Mathematical Science is one of the best engineering graduate schools in the United States. The school offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees to meet the many needs its students. Each degree program will emphasize an interdisciplinary, educational and investigative approach to engineering.

Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering

Students who enroll in this program will take advanced courses in structures, water resources, geotechniques, transportation and environmental engineering. Students have the choice to earn the degree through thesis development or coursework.

Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering

Students who enroll in this multidisciplinary degree program will take classes in engineering, anatomy and physiology in addition to a thesis option.

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Students who enroll in this degree program will have to take core courses in mathematics, mechanics and complete specialized courses. Students must also complete thesis work and attend a research seminar.

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

Those who decide to pursue this degree can choose from four diverse areas of concentration. Students can choose to focus on Electromagnetics, Optics and Plasma, Solid State Materials and Devices, Signal Processing, Controls and Communications and Electric Circuits and Digital Processing. Students may gain their degree through the thesis or non thesis option.

Master of Science in Materials Science

Students who pursue this degree program will take core courses in thermodynamics, structures, mathematics and quantum mechanics. They must also take elective courses in bio or polymeric materials or electronic materials. Students must also attend seminars.

Doctor of Philosophy in Materials Science

Students must take core and elective courses in materials, structures, thermodynamics, mathematics and quantum mechanics. They are also required to attend seminars.

Doctor of Philosophy in Civil and Environmental Engineering

Those who choose to pursue this degree will focus primarily on environmental areas, computation models and information technology applied to civil engineering. While enrolled in this program, students will enjoy small classroom settings.

Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering

Students must complete coursework and create a dissertation. They must defend this dissertation, pass the Comprehensive Exam and satisfy the teaching requirement.

Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering

Students who enroll in this degree program must pass a Comprehensive Exam in their area of concentration before moving forward. Afterward students will create a thesis proposal and thesis defense.

Contact Information

* Address: The University of Vermont, Burlington, VT 05405


* Telephone Number: 802 656 2699

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