· Baylor's School of Engineering and Computer Science offers graduate degrees in computer science, electrical and computer engineering, mechanical engineering and general engineering.
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We offer a variety of graduate programs, at the masters and PHD levels, in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Biomedical Engineering, providing students with multidisciplinary research opportunities.
We have a small, selective graduate program. We can provide really high quality mentorship to our graduate students. So they work alongside us. And as they develop and grow, they get more and more responsibility.
To really solve real world problems, to have an impact on the future, and really enable them to be work ready. I do a lot of sustainable transportation, electric vehicles, and hybrid-electric vehicles. For example, I've been working on the Navy all electric ship and also converting waste methane into valuable liquid fuels.
Our computer science department has areas like machine learning, networking. We're making a push into cybersecurity. We have a software engineering emphasis, as well as bioinformatics.
So we are doing research on advanced technologies that are leading to commercialization. And so students here at Baylor are able to follow that commercialization process and actually help springboard those technologies into market. Students graduate then with a higher level of skills, which means they have more options going into the workforce and more opportunities at those higher paying jobs that are doing that key research.
We have students who want to go out and become professors as well. And so what our graduate programs really do is they help students springboard out into those more advanced careers.