At WashU you will become a leader in your field of study

Our engineering programs provide the opportunity for graduate students to work across the university's top programs — many in the U.S. News & World Report top 25, including the
  • School of Medicine (No. 11)
  • Brown School of Social Work (No. 2), and
  • Biomedical Engineering (No. 14). 

World-class research

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From aerosols engineering to cyber-physical systems, we have the people and resources to support your research interests.

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Discover St. Louis

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Punching above its weight, Yelp ranked St. Louis as the #2 food city, but with over 1,600 acres of green space throughout the city, you'll never have an issue finding your space.

Why live in St. Louis

Brand new facilities

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Since 2000, WashU, the McKelvey School of Engineering and several generous donors have invested more than $275 million in new and renovated engineering space.

Tour our school

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Maren Loe
Degree pursuing: PhD in systems science & mathematics and MD
Hometown: Apple Valley, Minnesota

Meet our students

The combination of opportunities here was ideal for me: A top-notch medical education, cutting edge and collaborative biomedical research, and the opportunity to train at a world-class hospital.

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Engineering student numbers

 for Fall 2020 enrollment

524
doctoral students
519
full-time master's students
338
part-time master's students

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Clery Report: The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998

Washington University in St. Louis is committed to assisting all members of the University community in providing for their own safety and security. Each year we publish Safety and Security, detailing what to do in an emergency, as well as publishing our federally required annual security and fire safety reports, containing campus crime and fire statistics, and key university policies and procedures. The annual security compliance document is available on the University Police web site.