The Carl R. Ice College of Engineering offers doctorate and master’s degrees, as well as graduate certificate programs that offer leadership and professional development opportunities for students. In addition, graduate students have the opportunity to travel to present their work at national and international conferences and workshops.
The college's graduate degree and certificate programs provide quality education in the form of core graduate-level courses and rigorous in-depth research. Students can choose from a number of research areas, professional activities, and support services within and outside the college, and also have multiple opportunities to display their leadership and social skills.
Scholarships and Assistantships
The college offers scholarships and paid graduate assistantships, which may also carry a partial tuition waiver. Graduate assistants work closely with faculty members on a variety of projects such as conducting research studies, assisting with undergraduates' projects, or grading undergraduate papers and exams.
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