Biomedical Data Science
The Minor in Biomedical Data Science is designed to integrate data science principles — preparing, transforming, modeling, visualizing, validating and communicating data — with the unique challenges and considerations of medicine and health care.
The Department of Biomedical Engineering offers five degree options, including a bachelor’s, combined bachelor’s/master’s, master’s, master of engineering, and PhD. Students will integrate the analytical, modeling, and systems approaches of engineering to the multi-scale problems of biology and medicine.
Graduate programs in imaging science broadly address the design and optimization of imaging systems and the extraction of information from images and builds on contributions from a variety of science and mathematics fields.
The Department of Biology and Department of Computer Science & Engineering have designed bioinformatics minor to serve students from both departments as well as other students from the natural sciences and engineering with an interest in this field.
Business + Computer Science
This joint degree program offered through the Olin Business School and the McKelvey School of Engineering captures the intersection of business and computer science and the growing demand for people with this sought-after skillset.
The bachelor’s, master’s, master of engineering, and doctoral programs encompass studies of hardware, software and systems issues that arise in the design, development and application of computer systems.
The minor, bachelor’s, master’s, master of engineering, PhD degrees provide a strong foundation in computer science, mathematics and algorithms and offer the opportunity to participate in high-impact faculty research.
Computer Science + Economics
The McKelvey School of Engineering and the College of Arts & Sciences developed the Computer Science + Economics major to offer students a structured, flexible path of learning from both disciplines in the most effective way in view of their future careers.
Computer Science + Math
The McKelvey School of Engineering and the College of Arts & Sciences developed the Computer Science + Math major to capture the intersection of the two complementary studies.
Graduates of the cybersecurity programs will be equipped with the theoretical and hands-on engineering expertise to solve complex cybersecurity problems affecting diverse enterprises worldwide. The program offers part- and full-time master’s and a graduate certificate.
Students majoring in data science will have the formal foundation needed to understand the applicability and consequences of the various approaches to analyzing data with a focus on statistical modeling and machine learning. They will have the computing skills needed to ingest, manage and visualize data.
Data Mining & Machine Learning
Certificate in Data Mining and Machine Learning can be awarded in conjunction with any engineering master's degree.
The human-computer interaction minor is designed to give undergraduate students a multidisciplinary understanding of the principles and applications of HCI. It will introduce students to the techniques necessary to create effective user interfaces.
Engineering Data Analytics & Statistics
The master’s in engineering data analytics and statistics is an academic master's degree for students interested in learning statistical techniques necessary to make informed decisions based on data analysis.
The bachelor’s, master’s, PhD, DSc and minor in electrical engineering is designed for those intrigued with electrical phenomena and eager to contribute their skills to a society increasingly dependent on electricity and sophisticated electronic devices.
Imaging Science & Engineering
Built on the strengths in imaging science throughout the university, this multidisciplinary program is constructed to expose students to the breadth of imaging research activities at Washington University.
Students in the master of engineering in robotics program will prepare for professional practice in robotics engineering by leveraging the technical skills developed in an undergraduate engineering or physical science program. A minor also is available.
Quantum Engineering integrates quantum knowledge — quantum physics, quantum information science, and quantum technologies — into the engineering education at Washington University. The curriculum encompasses both fundamental physics and the broad engineering skill set necessary to meet the practical challenges of the future.
Students in the robotics minor program will prepare for professional practice in robotics engineering by leveraging the technical skills developed in an undergraduate engineering or physical science program.
Systems Science & Engineering
Students earning a bachelor’s, master’s, PhD or DSc or a minor in systems science & engineering will focus on entire system of components as an entity rather than simply as an assembly of individual parts.
The bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering provides students with comprehensive training in chemical engineering fundamentals in preparation for a career in industry or graduate study leading to research.
The Energy Engineering minor gives students a broad coverage of courses in Energy Engineering. Students can also learn about other energy related research underway at Washington University, participate in ongoing activities and learn about the clean energy sector.
Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering
Graduate students may choose from a PhD in energy, environmental & chemical engineering, a master’s of engineering (MEng) in energy, environmental & chemical engineering as well as an MEng/MBA program in partnership with the Olin Business School.
The bachelor’s degree and minor in environmental engineering covers cross-disciplinary research on innovative physical, chemical and biological processes in engineered systems that result in clean air and water and in the environmentally benign production of materials and energy.
Nanoscale Science & Engineering
This minor in the Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering will enhance student's knowledge and skills in the area of nanotechnology. The minor consists of courses, labs, and a project with a participating faculty.
Offered through the Department of Mechanical Engineering & Applied Science, the Aerospace Engineering program offers a minor, a master of science and a doctorate in aerospace engineering preparing students for a career in academia or research.
Materials Science & Engineering
Students may pursue a minor, master’s or PhD in materials science & engineering, which focuses on the interrelationship between a materials structure, from the subatomic- to the macro-scale, and the properties or behaviors that the material exhibits.
In pursuing a minor, bachelor’s, master’s, master’s in engineering or doctorate in mechanical engineering, students and faculty work side by side on concerns in energy conservation and machine design, manufacturing, instrumentation, environmental control and biomechanics.
This part-time master’s and graduate certificate program, created for any professional of the built environment, incorporates traditional themes, such as cost, time, risk and quality management, strengthened with business, finance, ethics and law.
Graduates of the cybersecurity programs will be equipped with the theoretical and hands-on engineering expertise to solve complex cybersecurity problems affecting diverse enterprises worldwide. The program offers a part-time master’s and a graduate certificate.
The master of engineering management program bridges the gap between technology and business by providing students with technical expertise and leadership skills needed to advance their career. A graduate certificate is also available.
Health Care Operational Excellence
The part-time master of health care operational excellence is designed to prepare students to create, lead and manage the continuous improvement of processes in clinical operations. There is also a graduate certificate that can be applied to the degree.
Information Systems Management
Offered through the Sever Institute, the master's of information systems management offers education in information, systems, management and leadership in a full-time master’s program or a graduate certificate.
The curriculum in this part-time master’s or graduate certificate program was designed to execute mission-critical projects and conquer the three project environments of people, processes and strategies.
Computational & Data Sciences
The doctoral program in Computational & Data Sciences provides students with strong methodological training in modern computational and statistical methods and expertise in a particular social science application area.
The doctorate and graduate certificate in imaging science broadly addresses the design and optimization of imaging systems and the extraction of information from images and builds on contributions from a variety of science and mathematics fields.
Materials Science & Engineering
Students may pursue a PhD in materials science & engineering, which focuses on the interrelationship between a materials structure, from the subatomic- to the macro-scale, and the properties or behaviors that the material exhibits.