Yale University

Memorial Hall, Yale
The Yale School of Engineering and Applied Sciences is o­ne of the top engineering schools in the United States, and is recognized worldwide as an excellent school of engineering. Professors in the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Sciences are some of the most notable engineering researchers and professionals of our time. These professors provide students with a wealth of knowledge that will help them greatly in their future endeavors.

Specific departments within the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Sciences include the following:

-Biomedical Engineering
-Chemical Engineering
-Mechanical Engineering
-Environmental Engineering
-Electrical Engineering
-Applied Physics

All of these departments offer undergraduate and graduate degrees. The various departments retain close ties that allow students to combine studies in different areas of engineering, such as biomedical and environmental engineering or chemical engineering and applied physics. Students are also encouraged to combine studies in engineering with other areas such as chemistry, biophysics, forestry, environmental studies, and even management.

Students admitted to the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Sciences are required to take a variety of courses in engineering, science, math and other important areas. Required courses may include some of the following:

-Transport Phenomena
-Quantitative Physiology
-Separation and Purification Processes
-Energy, Engines, and Environment
-Hydrology and Water Resources
-Biological Processes in Environmental Engineering
-Management of Environmental Resources and Environmental Systems
-Physical and Chemical Basis of Bioimaging and Biosensing
-Biomaterial-Tissue Interactions
-Biophotonics and Optical Microscopy
-Propulsion and Energy Conversion
-Computer-Aided Engineering
-Theoretical Fluid Dynamics

Sterling Memorial Library, Yale
In addition to participating in lectures, discussions and laboratory experiences, engineering students are encouraged to take part in valuable research studies. Students who choose to participate in research opportunities work closely with faculty members o­n valuable research projects. Research areas include amorphous materials, robotics, combustion, nanodevices, systems engineering, biomedical imaging, environmental sustainability, interfacial phenomena and many other topics related to engineering.