Baylor University
Engineering Graduate
School of Engineering and Computer Science

Prospective Students
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At Baylor, engineering graduate education is different. Like many other graduate programs in engineering, the Department of Engineering at Baylor offers exciting opportunities to perform original research in cutting edge areas, and to extend your undergraduate knowledge about engineering. The best way to find out about current research is to visit the research pages of the engineering professors.

Here is how we are different. While maintaining the rigorous high standards characteristic of top research institutions, we emphasize quality teaching and a high level of interaction among our faculty and students. In concert with Baylor 2012 and the Christian world view, we also offer unique research opportunities in areas such as appropriate technology for developing countries and biomedical engineering. If cutting edge research and fulfilling career preparation are your goals, you should come to Baylor.

If you have any questions not answered on these web pages, send a note to Dr. Skurla or Dr. Thompson.

Dr. Carolyn T. Skurla
Graduate Director for Mechanical Engineering

Dr. Michael W. Thompson
Graduate Director for Electrical and Computer Engineering