SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
Dean: Hasan Sevim
The School of Engineering offers Master of Science degree programs in civil engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, industrial engineering, and mechanical engineering. These programs are designed to meet the needs of both traditional and non-traditional graduate students, in particular the needs of people who are employed in the region served by the University and who wish to pursue a master's degree by taking courses in the evening. Part-time students who take advantage of summer term offerings can complete a degree program in two to four years. Full-time students can complete a degree program in approximately one and one-half years.
COOPERATIVE DOCTORAL PROGRAM
Faculty in the School of Engineering participate with the College of Engineering faculty at Southern Illinois University Carbondale in offering a cooperative program leading to the Doctor of Philosophy degree in Engineering Science. The student may concentrate in one of the three areas including civil and environmental engineering, electrical and computer engineering, mechanical engineering and energy processes.
Prospective students may initiate application procedures at either campus and may enroll in courses at either or both campuses concurrently. The doctoral degree is conferred by Southern Illinois University Carbondale. For application procedures, refer to the section on admission to cooperative doctoral programs in Chapter 1 of this catalog. For more detailed information, either contact the Associate Dean at the School of Engineering, or visit the web site at www.siue.edu/engineering.