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University at Buffalo SUNY - School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

415 Bonner Hall Buffalo, New York 14260 New York View map
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Overview

University at Buffalo’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences is New York State's largest and most comprehensive public school of engineering.

Ranked in the top 15 percent of the nations 300 engineering schools, we offer a wide variety of world-class instruction, research opportunities, resources, and facilities to its students.

Through many joint initiatives, students work on a wide range of topics including tsunami detection, bridge and infrastructure renewal, supply chain management, big data, and ways to improve health and wellness. We also offer all of our graduate students a unique cost free Certificate of Professional Development to assist in transitioning to their working careers for positions in industry and academia.

 

Multidisciplinary teams collaborate in our research centers, institutes and collaborative projects to address a wide variety of topics such as health care, personal security and recovery from natural disasters.

 

Blockchain ThinkLab

Center for Multisource Information Fusion

Center for Unified Biometrics

Center of Excellence in Information Systems Assurance, Research and Education (CEISARE)

Computational and Data-Enabled Science and Engineering

Home Health and Well-Being through Adaptive Smart Environments

Institute of Bridge Engineering

MCEER: From Earthquake Engineering to Extreme Events

NAVIGATE Project

Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine Program

Stephen Still Institute for Sustainable Transportation and Logistics

Strategic Partnership for Industrial Resurgence

The Center for Industrial EffectivenessTransportation Informatics University Transportation Center

Learn by doing through experiential learning programs, stock up on PE credit hours, or get your start-up started. We'll prepare you for the real world, and we'll get the real world prepared for you.

  • Experiential Learning: Experiential Learning Programs in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences help students develop professionalism and a practical perspective by connecting the classroom to the real world.
  • Global Programs: The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences supports a number of global partnerships and programs that benefit our students—including study abroad experiences, international exchanges and a dual diploma program.
  • Online Learning: The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers a variety of online learning opportunities.
  • Student Clubs and Organizations: Engineering clubs focus on many different facets of the engineering field and allow students to gain hands on experience of the material they learn in the classroom.
  • Resources for Professionalism: Find resources for professionalism, online course offerings, professional development opportunities and more.
  • Resources for Entrepreneurs and Intrapreneurs: Looking to start a business? We've got the resources and connections to make your vision a reality.
  • Professional Engineering (PE) Licensure: Learn how you can obtain your PE license. A PE license is needed to perform engineering services for the public, and equips you with a state-authorized engineering seal that can be applied to engineering work.
  • Career Resources: UB's Career Services, SEAS and The Graduate School offer a wealth of information for students, employers, alumni, faculty and staff, and families.
  • Continuing your Education: Find resources for professionalism, online course offerings, professional development opportunities and more.

Graduate Programs: Graduate students may apply in the fall or spring and interested students apply directly to our departments and programs. Visit the links below to learn more about requirements and application deadlines.

 

Undergraduate Programs

SEAS 360 Certificate of Professional Development

The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at the University at Buffalo offers undergraduate and graduate students an opportunity to receive free professional development training through the SEAS 360° Certificate of Professional Development program.

This cost free program is designed to help undergraduate and graduate students develop and improve “soft skills,” which are in high demand for employers around the world. To earn a SEAS 360° Certificate of Professional Development, which you can add to your resume, you must complete 25 hours of training. Training hours can be obtained by attending workshops, seminars, online professional development programming, and through approved experiential learning opportunities. Most workshops are typically 1 to 1 1/2 hours in length.

While participation in this program is optional, students interested in pursuing this certificate program must first opt-in.

 

 

Programs available

Postgraduate Faculties/Departments and Programs

  • Aerospace Engineering MS
  • Aerospace Engineering PhD
  • Electrical Engineering ME
  • Mechanical Engineering PhD

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