NU School of Engineering

IN NUMBERS
** Data as of May 2012

  • 5 Departments in the Undergraduate School
  • 12 Departments in the Graduate School
  • 5 Research Centers
  • 5,020 full-time students
    3,405 Undergraduate students
    1,615 Graduate students
  •  359 International students
  •  352 Faculty members

Outline of School/Graduate School of Engineering

The Undergraduate School of Engineering comprises of the 5 Departments shown on the table below. Students first enter one of these Departments as freshmen. At the beginning of the second year, they can take one of the courses in the Department (They select one course based on their academic score). Each student then acquires the necessary credits for graduation in one of these basic engineering courses.

After graduation, about 80% of the students at NU usually enter the Graduate School.

In the Graduate School of Engineering, students proceed with studies in the Disciplinary and the Interdisciplinary Departments also shown on the table below. For example, a student graduating from the undergraduate sub-department of applied chemistry can enter the Crystalline Materials Science department, where the professors come from the Applied chemistry (sub-department), Materials Science department and Applied Physics department.

UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENTS

  1. Chemical and Biological Engineering
    ● Applied Chemistry
    ● Chemical Engineering
    ● Biotechnology
  2. Physical Science and Engineering
    ● Materials Engineering
    ● Applied Physics
    ● Quantum Science and Energy Engineering
  3. Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Information Engineering
    ● Electrical and Electronic Engineering
    ● Information Engineering
  4. Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
    ● Mechanical Engineering
    ● Electronic-Mechanical Engineering
    ● Aerospace Engineering
  5. Civil Engineering and Architecture
    ● Civil Engineering
    ● Architecture
GRADUATE DEPARTMENTS
Disciplinary

  1. Applied Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
    Applied Chemistry
    Chemical Engineering
    Biotechnology
  2. Materials, Physics and Energy Engineering
    Materials Science and Engineering
    Applied Physics
    Quantum Science and Energy Engineering
  3. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
    Electrical Engineering
    Electronics
    Communications and Computer Science
  4. Mechanical Science and Engineering
    Mechanical Engineering Science
    Mechano-Informatics and Systems
    Mechatronics
  5. Aerospace Engineering
    Aerospace Engineering
  6. Civil Engineering
    Civil Engineering
Interdisciplinary

  1. Crystalline Materials Science
  2. Energy Engineering and Science
  3. Quantum Engineering
  4. Micro-Nano Systems Engineering
  5. Molecular Design and Engineering
  6. Computational Science and Engineering

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