Graduate Programs Leading to the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree
- Electrical Engineering - Systems
- Electrical Engineering - Physical Electronics
- Biomedical Engineering
- Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer
- Solid Mechanics, Materials and Systems
- Industrial Engineering
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- Environmental Engineering.
- Materials Science and Engineering
Environmental Engineering Educational Program
Courses in environmental engineering are offered to graduate and undergraduate students. The focus, however, is on education for the M.Sc. degree - a program from which students graduate as masters in Environmental Engineering. Selected research topics in Environmental Engineering are presented to Ph.D. candidates. Specialization in the field can be studied already at the undergraduate level. In a practical sense, classes cover a wide range of subjects concerning environmental engineering and science, and therefore are interdisciplinary. The M.Sc. program in Environmental Engineering has been initiated in response to strong demand. This demand comes from governmental bureaus, municipalities, industrial enterprises, and consulting firms. Two kinds of students are enrolled in this program, one group consists of graduate students that come from the industry and the other are in-house students that want to pursue a career in the field. The external graduate students enhance the ties of the department to the community industrial needs. These ties help adapt the environmental studies curriculum and research work to the actual countrywide needs.