Opus Dean: Kristina M. Ropella, Ph.D.
Opus College of Engineering Graduate Programs website
Master of Science, Master of Engineering; Doctor of Philosophy; Certificate
The Opus College of Engineering offers four graduate engineering programs through which to pursue either a master of science (M.S.) or doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) degree: biomedical engineering, civil engineering, electrical and computer engineering, and mechanical engineering.
The Departments of Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering also offer a master of engineering (M.E.) degree in addition to the master of science and the doctor of philosophy degrees.
The Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering offers a certificate in environmental engineering.
An interdisciplinary program is offered, leading to the master of science degree. Healthcare Technologies Management is jointly offered and administered by the Opus College of Engineering and the Medical College of Wisconsin. Details on this program can be found in the Healthcare Technologies Management section.
Finally, interdisciplinary doctoral programs in bioengineering and functional imaging are offered by the joint Department of Biomedical Engineering in the Opus College of Engineering and the Medical College of Wisconsin. Details on this program can be found in the Biomedical Engineering section.