Engineering

Individualized Study

The Individualized Study program (INDS) is for students to combine courses from two or more different academic disciplines, along with internships and independent studies, to create an individualized B.A. or B.S. degree. Students may declare an INDS major as early as the time at which they are admitted to UMBC, but many transfer into the …

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Human Context of Science and Technology

The Human Context of Science and Technology (HCST) is an undergraduate certificate program that provides students a deeper understanding of the human context of science, technology, engineering, and medicine. Science, technology, engineering, and medicine exist in human contexts. STEMM fields are human, social endeavors and the products and practices of those fields have significant impacts …

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Environmental Engineering and Sustainability

he Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering offers an undergraduate program leading to a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. Chemical engineering students begin their studies by acquiring a good foundation in mathematics, physics and chemistry. Higher level courses cover the engineering, simulation and optimization of chemical processes, including the related economic principles. From creating …

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Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering focuses on the design and production of energy-producing systems and on mechanical devices or mechanisms. These systems and mechanisms are applied to fields ranging from biology to transport systems to manufacturing. The mechanical engineering curriculum at UMBC provides students with thorough training in mathematics, physical sciences, engineering sciences and engineering …

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation

UMBC believes that entrepreneurship is the ability of an individual to identify a goal, provide the leadership and mobilize the assets necessary to reach that goal. As such, individuals taking the risk to push the envelope in science and technology, break ground in the creative arts or craft new solutions to society’s problems are all …

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Biotechnology & Bioengineering

The Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering offers an undergraduate program leading to a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. Chemical engineering students begin their studies by acquiring a good foundation in mathematics, physics and chemistry. Higher level courses cover the engineering, simulation and optimization of chemical processes, including the related economic principles. From creating …

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Chemical Engineering

The Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering offers an undergraduate program leading to a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. Chemical engineering students begin their studies by acquiring a good foundation in mathematics, physics and chemistry. Higher level courses cover the engineering, simulation and optimization of chemical processes, including the related economic principles. From creating …

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Computer Engineering

The Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering offers two programs of undergraduate study, one leading to a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and the other leading to a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering. Both programs provide a balanced, practical and theoretical approach to the study of software and hardware that includes the …

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Computer Science

The Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering offers two programs of undergraduate study, one leading to a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and the other leading to a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering. Both programs provide a balanced, practical and theoretical approach to the study of software and hardware that includes the …

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