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M.S. and Ph.D.
The Department of Aerospace Engineering offers graduate study leading to the degrees of Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering (thesis and non-thesis) and Doctor of Philosophy with an Aerospace Engineering concentration. Areas of study include aeroacoustics, aerodynamics, aeroelasticity, autonomous systems, computational fluid dynamics, design optimization, fatigue and fracture, fluid structure interaction, guidance and control, nondestructive evaluation, and structures and composites. Research by faculty and students is performed in state-of-the-art facilities such as the Advanced Performance Composite Materials Laboratory and the Autonomous System Research Lab. Faculty and students also conduct research at the Advanced Composites Institute, the Raspet Flight Research Laboratory, and the Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems (CAVS), which is a member of the High Performance Computing Collaboratory.
The Chemical Engineering department has broad research interests in many cutting-edge areas in chemical engineering science including the design and characterization of emergent optoelectronic materials, self-assembly and mechanics of soft materials, synthesis and characterization of biopolymers, membrane-based separation, fluid property measurement/prediction, chemical catalysis and reaction engineering, modeling and simulation, treatment of waste using bacteria, removal of heavy metals from contaminated soil, gas hydrates for storing natural gas, crystallization for separating chemicals, biomass conversion, photopolymerization, electron-beam polymerization, Raman spectroscopy, modeling of heat and mass transport in chemical reactors, carbon storage, interfacial phenomena, data analytics and machine learning, and microreactor technologies.
M.S. and Ph.D.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers graduate programs leading to Masters of Science (thesis and non-thesis options) and Doctor of Philosophy degrees with specializations in the following technical areas:
Research in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering is broadly based. Projects are underway in the Department’s thrust areas of Structures, Water Resources and Environmental Engineering, Materials and Geotechnical Engineering, Transportation, and Construction Engineering and Management.
M.S. and Ph.D.
The Bagley College of Engineering Online welcomes Computational Engineering to the distance program.
Computational Engineering is an interdisciplinary graduate program where faculty from various departments in engineering, mathematics and science collaborate to conduct research. The program offers both Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy Degrees and the programs of study for each student are tailored based on their background and research directions. Classes in Computational Engineering are taken through the departments of Aerospace, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Math, and others. The online program seeks to prepare engineers and scientists with necessary foundations to tackle problems that are at the convergence of mathematics, engineering and high performance computation.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Science (thesis and non-thesis) in Computer Science. Topics include Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data Visualization, Database Management, and more.
M.S. and Ph.D.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Science (thesis and non-thesis option) in Electrical and Computer Engineering, as well as the Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
The Ph.D. in Engineering with concentration in Engineering Education (ENE) incorporates theory and practice so that its students are prepared to be teachers and scholars in the emerging field of engineering education. Engineering education incorporates theory with applied practice to prepare its graduates for a wide range of careers.
M.S. Industrial Engineering and Ph.D. Industrial & Systems Engineering
The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Science (thesis and non-thesis option) degree in Industrial Engineering and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering.
Major areas of study include:
Research laboratories include facilities in Human Systems Engineering, Logistics and Transportation Engineering, Management Systems Engineering, and Optimization and Data Informatics.
General Engineering or Military Engineering
The Master of Engineering (MENG) is a professional degree designed for students seeking a non-specific discipline degree in engineering who do not normally have access to traditional degree granting programs at the graduate level. No “core” courses are required as part of the M Eng degree program.
The primary objective of this inter-disciplinary program is to allow professional engineers to pursue a flexible graduate degree in a web-based format. The program will uphold the same rigorous academic requirements as programs offered on the Mississippi State University Campus.
Students choose between a General Engineering or Military Engineering concentration.
M.S. and Ph.D.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Science (thesis and non-thesis option) in Mechanical Engineering. There is also a doctoral program for Mechanical Engineering. Every graduate student becomes involved in sponsored research projects. These topics range from sustainable and renewable energy systems, fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, multi-scale modeling, materials, vibrations and more.