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AN ENGINE FOR GOOD

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Why Tufts School of Engineering? 1 Engineer solutions that matter 3 Academic disciplines Biomedical Engineering

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Chemical and Biological Engineering

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Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Computer Science

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Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Mechanical Engineering

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Management and Innovation (Tufts Gordon Institute)

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Cross-disciplinary programs Master’s programs

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Joint Ph.D. programs

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Certificate programs 20 Graduate student life 21

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Study at your own pace: Master‘s and certificate programs are available part-time or full-time. Go in depth with a doctorate: Fully-funded Ph.D. programs available.


YOU’RE INVITED

to be part of Tufts School of Engineering’s future—part of something bigger than a great engineering school. An incubator for the leaders of the future. A spark for innovations that can elevate society. A positive force for social change. An engine for good.

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ENGINEER SOLUTIONS THAT MATTER

At Tufts School of Engineering, students are innovating and creating new technology to improve health, increase sustainability, and educate future leaders in our increasingly interconnected global community. Combine exceptional instruction and hands-on learning to earn a degree that will prepare you for success in your field. Graduate programs in: New Assistive Design (Certificate)*

Engineering Management, On Campus (M.S.)

Bioengineering (M.S.)

New Engineering Management, Online (M.S.)

Biomedical Engineering (Certificate, M.S., Ph.D.)

Environmental Management (Certificate)

Biotechnology (Certificate, Ph.D.) Chemical and Biological Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.) Civil and Environmental Engineering (Certificate, M.S., Ph.D.) Cognitive Science (Joint Ph.D.) Computer Engineering (Certificate, M.S.) Computer Science, On Campus (Certificate, M.S., Ph.D., Post-baccalaureate) New Computer Science, Online (M.S.,

Post-baccalaureate)

Cybersecurity and Public Policy (M.S.) Data Science, On Campus (Certificate, M.S.) New Data Science, Online (M.S.)

Electrical Engineering (M.S.) Electrical and Computer Engineering (Ph.D.)

Human Factors Engineering (M.S.) New Human Factors in Data Science (Certificate)*

Human Factors in Medical Devices and Systems (Certificate) Human-Computer Interaction (Certificate) Human-Robot Interaction (M.S., Joint Ph.D.) Innovation and Management (M.S.) Manufacturing Engineering (Certificate) Materials Science and Engineering (M.S., Joint Ph.D.) Mechanical Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.) Microwave and Wireless Engineering (Certificate) New Offshore Wind Energy Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.*, Post-baccalaureate*)

Software Systems Development (M.S.) *Launch of program pending university approval.

Engineering Education (Certificate)

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DEGREES

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING Biomedical Engineering (Certificate, M.S., Ph.D.) Bioengineering: Biomaterials track (M.S.) Materials Science and Engineering (Joint Ph.D.) Dual Degree M.S. Program (with Tufts Gordon Institute)

Biomedical technology is booming. Companies are seeking engineers who understand the medical uses of diagnostic imaging instrumentation, who have training in tissue engineering, or who are well-versed in biomaterials to design artificial joints. Students graduate from Tufts ready to advance in the ever-changing field of biomedical engineering.

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ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES

In state-of-the-art lab space in the Science and Engineering Complex, Justinne Guarin works with Assistant Professor Madeleine Oudin to study the process of cancer metastasis. Their work helps to understand why tumor cells are likely to metastasize, and how the cancer microenvironment might affect response and resistance to therapy. To learn more about Justinne and Professor Oudin, scan the code.

Learn more: engineering.tufts.edu/bme

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ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES

In Assistant Professor Nav Nidhi Rajput’s lab, researchers like graduate student Matthew Bliss use computer simulations to predict and understand the unique physical properties of materials. The lab’s work in areas such as the computational design of liquid electrolytes for energy storage could have big implications for next-generation batteries. To learn more about Matthew and Professor Rajput, scan the code.

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CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING Bioengineering: Cell and Bioprocess Engineering track (M.S.) Biotechnology (Certificate, Ph.D.) Materials Science and Engineering (Joint Ph.D.) Dual Degree M.S. Program (with Tufts Gordon Institute)

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Chemical Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.)

Tufts trains engineers in both the science of creating new chemical products and the economics of buying and selling those products. We know you need to work at the intersections of science, health, and technology, and we’ll prepare you for your next move, whether it’s pursuing a top career in industry or academia, founding a groundbreaking start-up, or studying in a highly-ranked Ph.D. program.

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CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Civil and Environmental Engineering (Certificate, M.S., Ph.D.)

DEGREES

Environmental Management (Certificate) New Offshore Wind Energy Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.*, Postbac*)

Bioengineering: Environmental Biotechnology track (M.S.) Materials Science and Engineering (Joint Ph.D.) Dual Degree M.S. Program (with Tufts Gordon Institute)

Today’s civil and environmental engineers work in areas spanning infrastructure, environmental and water resources engineering, environmental hazards, sustainability, climate change, and data analytics. Our programs combine classroom teaching with hands-on learning and close mentoring to help our students gain the knowledge and tools to pursue successful careers in a variety of traditional and emerging fields. *Launch of program pending university approval.

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ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES

In the Advanced Geomaterials Laboratory, Deniz Ranjpour collaborates with Research Professor Jack Germaine to study the behavior of P and shear signals through clays. Deniz is vice-chair of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Graduate Student Organization, one of many supportive groups and community resources for Tufts graduate students. To learn more about Deniz and Professor Germaine, scan the code.

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ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES

Monsurat Olaosebikan is interested in using machine learning and visualization to explore research problems in computational molecular biology. She and Professor Lenore Cowen study better methods to rank candidate disease genes based on biological networks.

Learn more: engineering.tufts.edu/cs 10

To learn more about Monsurat and Professor Cowen, scan the code.


Earn your M.S. or Post-baccalaureate in Computer Science or your M.S. in Data Science, online or on campus. Visit go.tufts.edu/soeonline to learn more about our new online options.

COMPUTER SCIENCE Computer Science, On Campus (Certificate, M.S., Ph.D., Postbac) New

Computer Science, Online (M.S., Postbac)

Bioengineering: Bioinformatics track (M.S.) Cognitive Science (Joint Ph.D.) Computer Engineering (Certificate, M.S.) Cybersecurity and Public Policy (M.S.) Data Science, On Campus (Certificate, M.S.) Data Science, Online (M.S.)

Human-Computer Interaction (Certificate) Human-Robot Interaction (M.S., Joint Ph.D.) Software Systems Development (M.S.) Dual Degree M.S. Program (with Tufts Gordon Institute)

DEGREES

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Forget everything you’ve heard about computer science departments that limit you to a narrow path of study or herd students into large lecture halls where you get lost in the crowd. We do things differently. Tufts offers expertise in areas ranging from artificial intelligence to cybersecurity to machine learning, and allows you the space to follow your interests. 11


Earn your M.S. in Data Science online or on campus. Visit go.tufts.edu/soeonline to learn more about our new online option.

ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING Electrical Engineering (M.S.) Computer Engineering (Certificate, M.S.) Electrical and Computer Engineering (Ph.D.) Bioengineering: Signals and Systems track (M.S.) Data Science, On Campus (Certificate, M.S.)

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New

Data Science, Online (M.S.)

Human-Robot Interaction (M.S., Joint Ph.D.) Materials Science and Engineering (Joint Ph.D.) Microwave and Wireless Engineering (Certificate) Dual Degree M.S. Program (with Tufts Gordon Institute)

Electrical engineers develop low-power hardware components to create high-speed wireless systems. Computer engineers study improvements to the energy efficiency of processors, devices, and batteries. From robotics to big data to new medical devices, electrical and computer engineers are changing the world we live in.

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ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES

Qianwen Wan works closely with Professor and Dean of Graduate Education Karen Panetta in the Vision and Sensing Systems Lab. From developing a comprehensive database for benchmarking facial recognition systems, to tracking elephant populations through the use of remote imaging and unmanned aerial vehicles, the team finds new ways to process visual data in real time. To learn more about Qianwen and Dean Panetta, scan the code.

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ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES

Brandon Weaver studies GPS and its application to attitude determination for a spinning spacecraft. As a Draper Fellow, he collaborates with Associate Professor Jason Rife in Tufts’ Automated Systems and Robotics Lab and with members of technical staff from Draper Laboratory. To learn more about Brandon and Professor Rife, scan the code.

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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Mechanical Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.) Human Factors Engineering (M.S.) Human Factors in Data Science (Certificate)* Human Factors in Medical Devices and Systems (Certificate) New

Human-Computer Interaction (Certificate) New

Assistive Design (Certificate)*

Bioengineering: Biomechanical Systems and Devices track (M.S.) Human-Robot Interaction (M.S., Joint Ph.D.) Materials Science and Engineering (Joint Ph.D.) Dual Degree M.S. Program (with Tufts Gordon Institute)

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Manufacturing Engineering (Certificate)

Mechanical engineers invent, analyze, and manufacture mechanical components and systems. Learn tools to succeed across engineering fields like automotive, aerospace, shipping, power, heating and cooling, and machinery, as well as the new and emerging fields of robotics, micro- and nano-devices, and medical devices. *Launch of program pending university approval.

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Earn your M.S. in Engineering Management online or on campus. Visit go.tufts.edu/soeonline to learn more about our new online option.

MANAGEMENT AND INNOVATION (TUFTS GORDON INSTITUTE) DEGREES

Engineering Management, On Campus (MSEM) New

Engineering Management, Online (MSEM)

Innovation and Management (MSIM) Dual Degree M.S. Program (MSIM, plus an M.S. degree offered by another Engineering department)

Tufts University’s Gordon Institute prepares scientists and engineers to become technology leaders and innovators. The MSEM is a part-time degree designed for working professionals who want to enhance their technical experience with advanced management and leadership skills, while the MSIM is a full-time, one-year program designed to broaden the education of recent engineering and science graduates with the skills needed to succeed as leaders in the technology sector.

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ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES

Amanda Brady learns from dedicated faculty mentors like Professor of the Practice Kevin Oye. Her weekend and evening classes are a combination of classroom learning and handson projects. Amanda recently took on an elevated role in her new job at a top aerospace company, and she is now a senior mechanical engineer as she completes her degree. To learn more about Amanda and Professor Oye, scan the code.

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CROSSDISCIPLINARY PROGRAMS

Learn more: go.tufts.edu/crossdisciplines

MASTER’S PROGRAMS Bioengineering—Independent program with the option to choose between six tracks: • Bioinformatics • Biomaterials • Biomechanical Systems and Devices • Cell and Bioprocess Engineering • Environmental Biotechnology • Signals and Systems

Data Science—Offered in two departments: • Computer Science • Electrical and Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering—Offered in two departments: • Computer Science • Electrical and Computer Engineering

Materials Science and Engineering— Independent program Dual Degree M.S. Program—Earn an M.S. in Innovation in Management and an M.S. from one of the six Engineering departments

Interdisciplinary learning is crucial to understanding engineering issues in the context of the greater world. Tufts students have the opportunity to collaborate with faculty, classmates, and researchers across all disciplines. As a process development engineer ready to take the next step in his career, Omar Abdillahi takes full advantage of evening classes in the Bioengineering part-time master’s program while soaking up knowledge from faculty mentors like Professor Kyongbum Lee. 18

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Cybersecurity and Public Policy—Joint degree offered by the Computer Science Department and The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

Human-Robot Interaction—Offered in three departments: • Computer Science • Electrical and Computer Engineering • Mechanical Engineering


Learn more: go.tufts.edu/jointphd

Cognitive Science—Offered in one Engineering department: Computer Science Human-Robot Interaction—Offered in three departments: • Computer Science • Electrical and Computer Engineering • Mechanical Engineering

Materials Science and Engineering— Offered in five departments: • Biomedical Engineering • Chemical and Biological Engineering • Civil and Environmental Engineering • Electrical and Computer Engineering • Mechanical Engineering

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JOINT PH.D. PROGRAMS

Collaborating with departments across the university, Tufts School of Engineering offers three joint Ph.D. options. Students apply to a joint Ph.D. program through a home department and earn a degree both from that department and in their chosen discipline, maximizing interdisciplinary connections and innovative research opportunities.

As intelligent, autonomous robots increasingly become part of our lives, research in human-robot interaction grows more critical every day. Tufts students and faculty bring expertise in robotics, artificial intelligence, and human-computer interaction to their work in this evolving interdisciplinary field. Theresa Law studies human-robot communication with Professor Matthias Scheutz.

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CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

Learn more: go.tufts.edu/engineeringcertificates

EARN YOUR CERTIFICATE IN Assistive Design*

Environmental Management

Biomedical Engineering

Human-Computer Interaction

Biotechnology

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Civil and Environmental Engineering

Human Factors in Medical Devices and Systems

Computer Engineering Computer Science Data Science

Human Factors in Data Science*

Manufacturing Engineering Microwave and Wireless Engineering

Engineering Education K–12 (TEEP) Are you looking to retrain or refocus your career? Consider Tufts’ practice-oriented certificate programs. Most consist of four or five graduate courses offered in the late afternoon or evening. They equal roughly half of the credits you’ll need for a master’s degree, and most credits will transfer to our graduate programs. Computer Science also offers a post-baccalaureate degree option. *Launch of program pending university approval.

Public school teacher Vera Gor completed her K-12 engineering education certificate online. She engages her English language learner students through techniques she learned in the Center for Engineering Education and Outreach’s Teacher Engineering Education Program (TEEP). Pictured on a video call with CEEO director Merredith Portsmore, Vera uses engineering to develop hands-on, project-based learning experiences for students.

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GRADUATE STUDENT LIFE

LIFE IN MEDFORD AND SOMERVILLE

With just a short walk to the hip neighborhood of Davis Square, Tufts’ Medford/Somerville campus is a hub of activity. There’s always something happening at Tufts—visits from nationally-renowned speakers and performers, research symposiums, social events and volunteer opportunities, and celebrations of National Engineers Week and National Graduate Student Appreciation Week, just to name a few. Students enjoy easy access to the wonders of the greater Boston area via local bus routes, the subway’s Red Line, and the free campus shuttle. Tufts will even be the home of a subway stop on the newly-expanding Green Line, expected to open within the next few years.

DIVERSITY COMMITMENT

We believe that the diversity of our graduate students deeply enriches our community. A diverse student body is fundamental to our academic mission to provide multiple views and perspectives that enhance knowledge. Our mission is to create a welcoming environment for all students.

Tufts student organizations offer opportunities to continue to build community across campus, and include: American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

Biomedical Engineering and Chemical Engineering Society (BEaChES)

oSTEM (Out in STEM)

Civil and Environmental Engineering Graduate Student Organization (CEEGSO) Graduate Society of Women Engineers (GSWE)

Society of Latinx Engineers and Scientists (SOLES) Tufts University Graduate Student Council Women in Computer Science

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

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