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Biomedical Engineering

The Biomedical Engineering (BME) program is leading the State in Biomedical Engineering education. It is the only department in the nation offering an accredited undergraduate degree in BME at a Minority and Hispanic serving institution. Biomedical Engineering weaves a strong life science foundation with multidisciplinary engineering fundamentals for investigating and understanding living system using quantitative assessment tools, engineering living systems, and developing novel biomedical sensors and devices. The objective of the undergraduate program is to produce graduates that continue in advanced study in engineering, medicine or the sciences and/or professional practice as a biomedical engineer in industry. Biomedical Engineering students are trained to demonstrate proficiency in one or more of the following areas: clinical application of biomedical engineering tools, product development, manufacturing, and commercialization in the biomedical industry; participation in diverse teams; and biomedical research. Our graduates are also prepared to meet their professional responsibilities by providing service to the community through leadership skills, ethical decision making and effective communication.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

MMC

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering is the oldest of the engineering disciplines. It involves the planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of buildings, highways, railways, bridges, airports, seaports, and other structures of modern society. Given the global need for rebuilding, maintaining and further developing infrastructures, the demand for civil engineers has never been greater. Civil engineers can choose from a broad spectrum of career opportunities in industry, government and private consulting. Our program provides a background of interrelated sub-disciplines of Civil Engineering with the fundamental core subjects of the engineering program. The curriculum consists of 129 credits hours, including technical courses in the areas of construction, geotechnical, environmental, structural, surveying, transportation, and water resources engineering.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

MMC

Computer Engineering

Students in the Computer Engineering (CpE) program are trained in the areas of hardware architecture, software engineering, hardware-software integration, signal and image processing, instrumentation and filter design, and computer networking. The objective is to provide excellence in education so that our graduates become critical thinkers, creative problem solvers and life-long learners. Our graduates are trained to stay current in their field of expertise and to excel in their respective organizations. Furthermore, the CpE program provides students with a solid foundation necessary for pursuing advanced studies in computing and related disciplines that bridge hardware designs with new software developments.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

MMC

Computer Science

The BSCS degree presents a course of study that includes mathematics, science, and computer science foundational topics necessary for the preparation of a successful computing professional. Students are taught skills in the art and science of computer programming that exposes them to program design, logic, computing theory, software engineering, and validation. Students develop software in our state of the art labs that offer a variety of operating system and interactive development environments. Typical jobs obtained by recent graduates include, computer programmer, computer analyst, and computer support specialist. Students who intend to pursue a software engineering career should select the Software Development Track.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

MMC

Computer Science: Software Design and Development

The BSCS degree presents a course of study that includes mathematics, science, and computer science foundational topics necessary for the preparation of a successful computing professional. Students are taught skills in the art and science of computer programming that exposes them to program design, logic, computing theory, software engineering, and validation. Students develop software in our state of the art labs that offer a variety of operating system and interactive development environments. Typical jobs obtained by recent graduates include, computer programmer, computer analyst, and computer support specialist. The Software Development Track is for students who intend to pursue a software engineering career.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

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Construction Management

The undergraduate program in Construction Management is nationally accredited by the American Council for Construction Education. Its goal is to provide students with the knowledge and skills required for entry level supervisory or managerial positions in the construction industry. Graduates usually find employment as project managers, project schedulers, cost estimators, quality controllers or in managing their own construction firms. Opportunities for employment or advancement exist in all areas of the construction industry including land development, home building, public building, industrialized building systems, commercial, industrial, marine and highway heavy construction, underwater and space age facilities, material and equipment sales and installations, and construction product research, development and sales.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

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Electrical Engineering

Students in the Electrical Engineering (EE) program are trained in the areas of electronics and electromagnetism, nanotechnology, power and energy systems, communications,, controls, bio-engineering and computers. The objective is to provide excellence in education so that our graduates become critical thinkers, creative problem solvers and life-long learners. Our graduates are trained to stay current in their field of expertise and to excel in their respective organizations. Furthermore, the EE program provides students with a solid foundation necessary for pursuing advanced studies in the field of Electrical Engineering.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

MMC

Environmental Engineering

Environmental engineers are the technical professionals who identify and design solutions for environmental problems affecting health issues and the quality of the air, water, and land. The impact of environmental problems on the quality of life has significantly expanded the job opportunities in environmental engineering, placing it among the fastest growing professional fields. The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at FIU is the prime resource for environmental engineering education, training, research, and technology development in Florida. Our program is designed to provide students with a comprehensive foundation of knowledge, which is necessary to produce the best and most cost-effective engineering solutions to local and global environmental problems. The curriculum consists of 127 credits hours, including technical courses in the areas of environmental engineering, atmospheric pollution control, solid waste management, water supply, and water resources engineering.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

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Information Technology

The BA in Information Technology degree is intended for and restricted to students who already hold a Bachelor's degree or want to pursue Information Technology as a second major, and presents a course of study that includes hands-on skill development in a broad array of subjects such as software development, databases, and networking. Students develop software in our state of the art labs that offer a variety of operating system and interactive development environments. Information Technology majors focus less on mathematical and theoretical concepts of computing, and more on specific and state-of-the-art technologies than Computer Science majors. Typical jobs obtained by recent graduates include, systems administrator, applications support specialist, database administrator, computer programmer, computer analyst, and computer support specialist.

Bachelor of Arts2-year Transfer

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

MMC

Information Technology

The BS in Information Technology degree presents a course of study that includes hands-on skill development in a broad array of subjects such as software development, databases, and networking. Students develop software in our state of the art labs that offer a variety of operating system and interactive development environments. Information Technology majors focus less on mathematical and theoretical concepts of computing, and more on specific and state-of-the-art technologies than Computer Science majors. Students who want to add a strong theoretical foundation of Computer Science can pursue the Information Technology Software Major track. Typical jobs obtained by recent graduates include, systems administrator, applications support specialist, database administrator, computer programmer, computer analyst, and computer support specialist.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

MMC

Information Technology: Software

The BS in Information Technology degree presents a course of study that includes hands-on skill development in a broad array of subjects such as software development, databases, and networking. Students develop software in our state of the art labs that offer a variety of operating system and interactive development environments. Information Technology majors focus less on mathematical and theoretical concepts of computing, and more on specific and state-of-the-art technologies than Computer Science majors. Typical jobs obtained by recent graduates include, systems administrator, applications support specialist, database administrator, computer programmer, computer analyst, and computer support specialist. The Software Major track is designed for students who want to add a strong theoretical foundation of Computer Science.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

MMC

Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering (MME) at Florida International University (FIU) offers a curriculum which is designed to give the student a thorough understanding of the basic laws of science and advanced analysis and design skills to stimulate and develop creative thinking, a professional attitude, economic judgment and environmental consciousness. The aim is to develop the students' potential to the fullest, to prepare the students for superior performance as mechanical engineers, and to provide the students with the fundamental principles necessary for pursuing advanced study in the diverse fields of engineering, science and business. Students are given a good grounding in fluid/thermal sciences and energy systems, mechanics and materials, robotics and manufacturing, and computational methods.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Engineering and Computing

The College of Engineering and Computing is a premier resource for Engineering, Computing, Construction and Management education. FIU offers students the opportunity to be exposed to Miami's international business community where this exposure better prepares them to enter the global market upon graduation.

The College's distinguished faculty is recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service, and has received numerous national awards for innovative development. The College resides at the Engineering Center (EC) and at the Computing and Information Sciences (ECS) building located at the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC). with facilities housing world-class research centers, study areas, computing facilities, and teaching and research laboratories.

MMC