PhDs in Engineering & Technology

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When you’re an engineer, you are part math wizard, part artist, and part scientist: you’re practically a unicorn. Engineering & Technology broadly deals with the maintenance and design of new devices, tools, and information systems, that society uses on a daily basis.

When you pursue a Master’s or a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering & Technology, you’re brought into the cutting-edge of innovative development, enabling you to shape the future of technology, industrial design, and applied sciences. Engineers require plenty of ingenuity and critical thinking skills, that allow them to contribute to the next industrial revolution.

Engineering & Technology contains a variety of sub-fields, including:

• Aerospace Engineering
• Civil Engineering
• Mechanical Engineering
• Computer Programming

Students who graduate with degrees in Engineering & Technology enter into the following careers:

• Industrial design
• Aerospace Engineering (“rocket science”)
• Civil Engineering
• Biomedical Engineers

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Suggested PhDs in Engineering & Technology

Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is one of the broadest of the engineering disciplines. Mechanical engineers are involved in research and development, design, manufacturing, and technical sales of a variety of products. Degree programs offered include the Master of Science (M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.). The Mechanical Engineering program is offered at SUNY Buffalo School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

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Ph.D. Industrial Engineering

The graduate curriculum leading to M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Industrial Engineering is designed to provide the students with computing, quantitative, analytical, and applications skills and to prepare them as entrepreneurs, problem solvers, effective decision-makers, and change agents in a competitive business environment or as prospective scientists in the academics.

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