The Watson School
Our Departments, Programs
Engineering Design Division
All first-year engineering students begin with a common curriculum of engineering projects and communications, mathematics, and natural sciences.
Integrated training provides understanding of biophysical phenomena, healthcare systems, disease prevention, diagnostics, and treatment.
Focus on the design and application of computing systems, ranging from hardware and software components to networking, intelligent systems and multimedia.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Research and teaching revolve around electrical components, circuits and systems, microprocessors, software and hardware.
Materials Science and Engineering
An interdisciplinary field that studies solid matter – brings chemistry, physics and engineering together.
Design and analyze manufacturing, equipment, heating and cooling systems, motor vehicles, aircraft, watercraft, robotics, medical devices and more.
Systems Science and Industrial Engineering
We're all about people, equipment and materials — and how they work in industry and life.
Innovative curriculum, real-world approach
Local middle schoolers dive into STEM in visit to Watson
‘Providing a hands-on experimental environment might spark the love of science’
Researchers can predict terrorist behaviors with more than 90 percent accuracy
PhD student develops Networked Pattern Recognition (NEPAR) Framework
‘Dreaming Big’ at Community Day
Community Day is a unique opportunity for local grade school students, parents, and faculty, staff and students in the Watson School to mingle and enjoy together.
Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Partnerships Profile: Matt Gill
“What we’ve found with VR is that the first thing people do once they are immersed in the experience is to try and reach out and touch what they see.”