Ph.D. Programs

Overview

Kate Gleason College of Engineering offers two doctoral programs in engineering and microsystems engineering. The engineering doctorate focuses on solving problems of national and global significance, specifically in the crucial areas of health care, communications, energy, and transportation. The microsystems engineering doctorate builds on the fundamentals of traditional engineering and science to address the numerous technical challenges of micro- and nano-systems. 

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Engineering Ph.D.

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Microsystems Engineering Ph.D.

By the Numbers

8

Doctoral Programs in which engineering faculty serve as advisors and researchers

73

Total doctoral degrees granted in engineering and microsystems engineering

Affiliated Doctoral Programs