College of Engineering

Academic Programs

The College of Engineering features a wide variety of programs, enabling undergraduate and graduate students to shape their academic goals to suit their interests. Students may choose academic programs from the complete list below.  Visit department websites to learn more about these disciplines, and the Office of Admissions or the College of Graduate Studies for admissions and application information.


BS/Fast Track

The Fast-Track Master of Science (MS) program is designed to enable Tennessee Tech University undergraduates to take up to six (6) hours of graduate coursework during the student’s junior/senior year which can be used to satisfy both undergraduate and graduate degree requirements. Fast-Track MS students receiving their bachelor’s degrees at the end of the Spring semester will be expected to complete the MS by the end of the Summer term of the following year, completing both degrees in a five-year period. The following departments offer the Fast-Track program:     

Ph.D. in Engineering

A graduate program leading to a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Engineering is offered by the College of Engineering, with five (5) distinct specializations/concentrations in the following fields:

  • Chemical Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

The general requirements for a Ph.D. in Engineering are the same for all departments. Approximately 100 students pursue their doctorates in our program, performing guided research in selected research topics, participating in a wide range of scholarly activities, publishing peer-reviewed research articles as primary authors, presenting papers and posters in national and international research and educational conferences, designing new laboratories, participating in research proposals and mentoring undergraduate and M.S. students.

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College of Engineering
Campus Box 5005
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Cookeville, TN 38505
Clement Hall, Room 201

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