Watson School instructional and research space includes the Engineering Building at the center of campus, the Engineering and Science and Biotechnology buildings at the Innovative Technologies Complex (ITC) and the laboratories in Library North.

1. Engineering Building at Center of Campus
The Engineering Building is home to the departments of Computer Science and Systems Science and Industrial Engineering. Two-thirds of the third floor of the building is under renovation and will provide new office, lab, classroom and conference space; and new restrooms and mechanical systems. more

2. Engineering and Science and Biotechnology buildings at the ITC
The $66 million, 125,000-square-foot Engineering and Science Building is a recent addition to Binghamton University's Innovative Technologies Complex. Connecting with the Biotechnology Building and the Center of Excellence Building via a glass rotunda, the building celebrates Binghamton University's spirit and tradition of research excellence while meeting the growing needs of the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science.

The building is home to the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the dean's office, as well as research centers, flexible student and laboratory spaces such as the Seymour Kunis Media Core, suites for business start-ups and offices that support the University's ongoing and expanding industry partnerships. more

3. Facilities at Library North Ground
The north ground floor of the Bartle Library houses the Engineering Design Division (EDD) – Watson’s freshman engineering program. EDD faculty and staff offices and freshman labs occupy approximately 3,700 square feet of this area. The Senior Project Labs account for nearly 2,500 square feet and are used primarily for the senior capstone experience in the departments of Mechanical Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering. more

Last Updated: 8/12/14