The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, known as SEAS, is responsible for the teaching and research efforts in the areas of engineering, applied sciences, and technology. The school was founded in 1847 and was initially called the Lawrence Scientific School. SEAS currently offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in a variety of areas. The undergraduate academic offerings include:
- Applied Mathematics
- Biomedical Engineering
- Computer Science
- Engineering Sciences
The undergraduate degree programs are known for their “T-Shaped” philosophy that creates students that have a deep knowledge of their field, but who can also intelligently collaborate across the boundaries of other disciplines. When you are enrolled within SEAS at the undergraduate level, you’ll also have the opportunity to conduct research in your field, even during their freshman year.
Graduate degree offerings include:
- Electrical Engineering
- Environmental Science and Engineering
- Applied Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering
SEAS graduate degrees keep up with modern research functions by offering a multidisciplinary and integrative approaches under broad headings of mathematics, physics, computer science, and engineering sciences.