Four variants of the Engineering Sciences degree are offered:
- Electrical Engineering
- Environmental Science and Engineering
- Materials Science and Mechanical Engineering
Students interested in Engineering Sciences may earn their Master of Science (S.M.), Master of Engineering (M.E.), or Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) through SEAS. Electrical Engineering currently admits terminal S.M. and M.E. students as well as Ph.D. students. Materials Science and Mechanical Engineering, Bioengineering, and Environmental Science and Engineering admit only Ph.D. students. These students may earn the masters degree en route to the Ph.D.
Working toward your degree
Details on the requirements for each degree are available from our Graduate Programs page
The model programs page presents SEAS-wide course requirements for the Ph.D. degree, along with area-specific course requirements, guidelines, and model programs that are intended to help students develop programs with sound intellectual frameworks.