• Healthcare Systems Engineering provides students and working healthcare professionals with an introduction to fundamental skills in industrial and systems engineering and a background in healthcare delivery systems and processes. Individuals completing the certificate program will be better positioned to apply systems engineering knowledge and skills to improve overall quality, streamline processes and improve efficiency in healthcare systems.

  • Management Science and Engineering enables students to integrate scientific methods with the functional aspects of organizations by investigating the application of quantitative methodology and systems analysis in the context of decision making, risk analysis, economics and cost analysis, production management, and supply chain logistics. This integration provides students with a broader perspective toward managerial decision-making in both private enterprise and public administration.

  • Nanotechnology students gain a working knowledge of a broad range of instrumentation for solving nanotechnology problems. They complete two core courses (Materials for Nanotechnology and Strategies for Nanocharacterization), as well as two electives.

  • Probablistic Modeling conducts research in several fields of physics, applied science and engineering.

  • Polymer Science and Engineering meets the needs of working engineers and scientists seeking professional advancement in this growing field. The graduate certificate program is ideal for technical professionals in the plastics and plastics-related industries and enables them to further enhance their knowledge of polymer science and engineering.

  • Technical Entrepreneurship provides practicing engineers and engineering managers with the opportunity to enhance their technical skillsets and develop an entrepreneurial mindset while improving the ecosystem for creativity and innovation within their companies.

For more information, contact Brianne Lisk, graduate program manager, at (610) 758-6310.