World-Class Research University Meets Liberal Arts College
Tufts School of Engineering offers a rigorous engineering education in a unique environment that blends the intellectual and technological resources of a world-class research university with the strengths of a top-ranked liberal arts college. Tufts' size and educational philosophy both support a distinctive sense of community, a diversity of perspectives, and a student-centric learning environment. Engineering curricula across a wide spectrum of majors emphasize project-based learning, the nurturing of leadership skills, and cultivation of creativity through innovative design. Close partnerships with Tufts' cadre of excellent undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools, coupled with a long tradition of collaboration, provide a strong platform for interdisciplinary education and scholarship. Proximity to a thriving Boston metropolitan area facilitates close relationships with local industry and research labs, student internship and employment opportunities, and the committed engagement of seasoned practitioners in the school professoriate.
Interested individuals can learn more at https://asegrad.tufts.edu/, and can apply at https://gradase.admissions.tufts.edu/apply/.
Collaborate Across Campus with Tufts' Medical, Dental, Veterinary, and International Diplomacy Schools
Tufts School of Engineering is widely recognized for its cross-disciplinary research and education graduate programs. Several interdisciplinary programs offered by the university – including "Bioengineering," "Cognitive Science," “Computer Engineering,” “Data Science,” “Human-Robot Interaction,” "Human Factors Engineering," Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning,” "Water Diplomacy," and "Materials Science and Engineering" – have close ties across departments and schools at Tufts. The School of Engineering also maintains formal degree programs with the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and the School of Arts and Sciences.
Interdisciplinary Research in Strategic Research Areas
Tufts School of Engineering focuses on building core strength and visibility in select cross-cutting strategic areas. The school strives for preeminence in its research and educational programs in three strategic areas, described below:
* Engineering for Health: Faculty strengths and cross-school collaboration in this area include biomedical imaging, regenerative medicine, bioinformatics, waterborne disease, and metabolic engineering.
* Engineering for Sustainability: Faculty strengths and collaborations in this area encompass water and diplomacy, water quality, climate change mitigation, environmental remediation, smart structures, alternative energy, and smart grids.
* Engineering the Human-Technology Interface: Faculty strengths in this area include development and dissemination of educational technologies, robotics and cognition, sensors, human factors engineering, and visualization.
Tufts Gordon Institute: Today's MBA alternative for engineers
- Advance careers in technology or engineering-focused companies
- Choose from weekend or evening programs
- Earn degrees from a top-ranked university
Tufts Gordon Institute, part of the prestigious Tufts University School of Engineering, offers a Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM) designed specifically for engineers and technical professionals. The part-time graduate degree program builds upon technical expertise while providing students with the core business skills necessary for leading companies in today's technology-driven world. Two-year and three-year options are available.
Tufts Gordon Institute also offers a Master of Science in Innovation and Management (MSIM), designed for recent graduates in a science, engineering, technology, or mathematics field. This intensive one-year professional master's program prepares students to hit the ground running.
Whether students are looking to advance their careers and move into management roles or whether they are experienced engineering professionals seeking new skills for long-term career growth, Tufts Gordon Institute programs are suited to meet their needs. The student body is diverse and typically has several years of work experience in a variety of industries, including: biopharma/medical devices; defense/aerospace; computer and communication hardware/software; research and design; civil/environmental/energy; and electronics/instrumentation.
For more information interested individuals should visit: gordon.tufts.edu
Tufts Supports a Diverse Graduate Student Population
To better support graduate students from historically underrepresented groups, the School of Engineering's Center for STEM Diversity serves as a focal point for graduate recruitment and retention efforts. The center coordinates with the Provost office's Associate Director of Graduate Diversity programs to run a day-long Prospective Graduate Student Day, which brings in more than 150 potential graduate students from diverse backgrounds to campus every other year. Other recruitment events are coordinated across schools via the Graduate and Professional Student Admissions Recruitment Committee (GAPSARC), which is a university-wide committee of Tufts administrators and faculty members who are actively involved in the recruitment of graduate and professional students from underrepresented groups. To support current graduate students the Multi-Ethnic Graduate Alliance (MEGA) acts as a social and educational organization serving graduate students from all campuses, and the Center for STEM Diversity supports many underrepresented graduate students in the STEM fields. Tufts is also member of the National GEM Consortium, a fellowship program for minorities in engineering and applied science.
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