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  • College of Engineering - University of Kentucky College of Engineering
    Offices Faculty Staff Directory Visit the UK College of Engineering Facilities History of the College Welcome from Dean Walz Menu Programs and Degrees With our small class size and wide ranging opportunities for student involvement and leadership we are ready to let you make your future in engineering Undergraduate Majors Graduate Degree Programs Specialty Programs Certificate Programs Admissions Interested in a graduate degree from the University of Kentucky College of Engineering We can guide you through the application process Undergraduate Admissions Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Transfer Students Scholarships We want to give you the extra edge you need to succeed The College of Engineering awards scholarships to freshmen continuing and transfer students Freshman Scholarships Current Student Scholarships Transfer Student Scholarships Graduate Fellowships Visit Campus Apply Research Alumni Recent News Dr Hedman s Bio med Startup to take Injectable Back pain Treatment to European Market Pennell Wins NSF CAREER Award for Project Focused on Environmental Health Seales Leading Major Breakthrough in Reading Ancient Scrolls Shelton Named Finalist in Knight Cities Challenge Kentucky UK Help Establish 259 Million Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation Pre civil Engineering Junior Awarded UK Education Abroad Spring 2015 Diversity Scholarship Materials Engineering Junior Wins Gilman

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  • Academics - College of Engineering
    Computer Recommendations Alumni Giving Departments Biomedical Engineering Biosystems Engineering Chemical and Materials Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Science Electrical and Computer Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mining Engineering Centers and Consortia Paducah Campus About Academic Departments Administrative Offices Faculty Staff Directory Visit the UK College of Engineering Facilities History of the College Welcome from Dean Walz Menu Home Academics Academics See yourself in blue The University of Kentucky College of Engineering is a top 100 institution and the highest ranked engineering program in the Commonwealth of Kentucky Live at the core of innovation As an engineer you can take part in the most exciting research and exploration happening on the planet and sometimes off it too Engineers are the creators thinkers and innovators whose ideas and inspirations drive our global marketplace With our small class size and wide ranging opportunities for student involvement and leadership we are ready to let you make your future in engineering Find an undergraduate major Find a graduate degree program Explore our specialty programs Learn about our certificate programs for undergraduate and graduate students Academics Undergraduate Degree Programs Undergraduate Research Opportunities Graduate Programs Certificate Programs Engineering MBA Dual Degree Program SEAM Honors SEAM Courses SEAM Curriculum SEAM Activities

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  • University of Kentucky Engineering Degree Programs
    options are available in polymers and environmental protection A program is also available to fulfill premedical and predental requirements simultaneously with requirements for the B S in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Curriculum Sheet Civil Engineering The student of civil engineering has a broad field of study to provide a strong foundation for entry into the profession or graduate school Major areas include construction engineering environmental engineering geotechnical engineering materials engineering structural engineering transportation engineering and water resources engineering Civil Engineering Curriculum Sheet Computer Engineering Computer engineering involves modeling design implementation testing evaluation and integration of computer hardware and software to create computing systems Computer engineers use both hardware concepts from electrical engineering and system software concepts from computer science Graduates will be well prepared to work in areas such as digital logic design computer organization architecture and design algorithm design and analysis embedded systems compilers and operating systems Elective options in the curriculum offer preparation in software engineering databases dependable systems networking and communications VLSI graphics image processing visualization artificial intelligence and control systems The program is offered through a partnership between the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Department of Computer Science Computer Engineering Curriculum Sheet Computer Science The computer science program prepares students to identify computational problems in all areas of modern life to design implement and analyze algorithmic solutions and to build software for a variety of applications Through required elective and special topics courses students are exposed to the foundations and current practices of computing and algorithms software engineering programming languages operating systems graphics and multimedia scientific computing and numerical analysis databases artificial intelligence and networks The program s educational objective is to equip graduates to succeed in their chosen career path Computer Science Curriculum Sheet Electrical Engineering The undergraduate electrical engineering degree program

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  • Graduate Programs - College of Engineering
    Consortia Paducah Campus About Academic Departments Administrative Offices Faculty Staff Directory Visit the UK College of Engineering Facilities History of the College Welcome from Dean Walz Menu Home Academics Graduate Programs Graduate Programs The College of Engineering offers programs leading to graduate degrees in computer science and the following engineering disciplines biosystems chemical civil computer electrical materials mechanical and mining Graduate training in biomedical engineering is also offered through the Colleges of Engineering and Medicine The College also offers a highly multidisciplinary master of science in manufacturing systems engineering to address the growing need for enhancing manufacturing productivity and quality Biomedical Engineering Degrees Offered M S P B M E Ph D Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering Degrees Offered M S Ph D Chemical Engineering Degrees Offered M S Ph D Civil Engineering Degrees Offered M S C E Ph D Computer Science Degrees Offered M S Ph D Electrical Engineering Degrees Offered M S E E Ph D Masters in Engineering Degrees Offered M S Manufacturing Systems Engineering Degrees Offered M S Materials Science and Engineering Degrees Offered M S Ph D Mechanical Engineering Degrees Offered M S Ph D Mining Engineering Degrees Offered M Min E M S in

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  • Certificate programs - College of Engineering
    Engineering Biosystems Engineering Chemical and Materials Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Science Electrical and Computer Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mining Engineering Centers and Consortia Paducah Campus About Academic Departments Administrative Offices Faculty Staff Directory Visit the UK College of Engineering Facilities History of the College Welcome from Dean Walz Menu Home Academics Certificate programs Certificate programs If you re interested in adding a measure of environmental study or a bit of nano knowledge to get more than just the degree you came here for With our certification programs you can add a special extra certification on top of your B S Think of it as the cherry on top the little something extra that will make your employers turn their heads your way With a little extra legwork you can achieve certification in Aerospace Certificate Biopharmaceutical engineering Environmental systems engineering Lean Systems Graduate Certificate Nano engineering Power and Energy Undergraduate Certificate Graduate Certificate Stream and Watershed Science Graduate Certificate These certificate programs require a few extra courses but they ll go a long way to make you a well rounded appealing engineer when you graduate Academics Undergraduate Degree Programs Undergraduate Research Opportunities Graduate Programs Certificate Programs Engineering MBA Dual Degree Program SEAM

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  • International Programs - College of Engineering
    renewable resources so this course will provide a unique perspective on the local application of green energy resources The course is lecture based but includes site visits to various renewable energy installations Students participating in the program will receive four credit hours from UK in CME599 credit as 599 from other departments may also be possible For most UK majors this will count as an Engineering Science Elective Information on the course is found at http pamplona engineering uky edu Study Abroad Program INTI College Malaysia This program is designed for students early in their studies Students have the opportunity to take math physics chemistry as well as Thermo I and other engineering classes at INTI College in Malaysia and receive UK credit for their work Course offerings also include non engineering classes which might count towards USP credit at UK The program starts in early January and ends about April of each year Cost of living as well as tuition is relatively affordable at INTI The campus is located outside of Kuala Lumpur and is very safe and international All courses are taught in English More information on INTI College in Malaysia can be found at their web site You might also be interested in a paper presented at the 2007 Frontiers in Education Conference in Milwaukee Wisconsin where he discusses many aspects of the INTI study abroad program To discuss this program please contact Dr K C Mahboub Associate Dean for Outreach and External Partnerships at kc mahboub uky edu or 859 257 1687 Programs at the University of Nagoya Japan NUSIP Nagoya Summer Program in Automotive Technology Join NUSIP for six weeks and experience the full range of Japanese cultural life Course related excursions will provide you with an opportunity to discover Japanese culture and engineering The program consists of seminars on the latest technology and tasks in Automobile engineering an elementary Japanese language course and visits to an automobile industry factory and laboratory The cost for this program is 1600 excluding air fare and meals Housing public transportation pass social activities course fees and excursions are included in the program fee The application deadline is February 15 for the following summer For additional details visit NUSIP s web site NUPACE Nagoya Semester and Year long programs NUPACE offers a unique and flexible curriculum consisting of Japanese language instruction Japan area intercultural studies and a wide range of courses in the student s major field of study Most classes are taught in English Provided that students meet the minimum requirement of 12 credits per semester they are free to design their own curriculum balancing their interest in Japanese language and Japan area intercultural studies with their desire to pursue their major or independent research Students who are proficient in Japanese are eligible to register for any course offered to degree seeking students at Nagoya University Additional information is available at NUPACE s web site To discuss this program please contact Dr K C Mahboub Associate Dean at

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  • Engineering/MBA Dual Degree Program - College of Engineering
    includes three components exclusive enrichment activities during the undergraduate senior year one year accelerated MBA international study experience Below is an overview of the program including a timeline Engineering MBA Dual Degree Program Timeline Years 1 through 4 Take engineering courses as normal and before start of MBA take MBA prerequisites ECO 201 202 ACC 201 202 Click here for details about MBA prerequisites Apply to Engineering MBA Dual Degree Program the summer between junior and senior year July Application invitations sent to students who have earned 90 credits with a GPA 3 25 August 15 Application due date In addition to regular course work during the senior year one enrichment activity per semester will be provided Examples include Industry Leader Seminars Workshops and Company Visits Before final spring semester of senior year take GMAT or GRE and apply to Graduate School Fellowships to cover or subsidize the MBA tuition GMAT score 660 or GRE 320 full in state tuition fees GMAT score 630 659 or GRE 314 319 half in state tuition fees Year 5 MBA Program Classes project work with other 1 year MBA students starting in June International Study Exclusive 2 week international study after the completion of the MBA The Dual Degree Program pays for the international study tuition lodging and transportation within Europe Students are responsible for international study application fees air fare to from Europe and for meals Year 6 one more semester if needed If student would have graduated with undergraduate degree in December the final semester of undergraduate studies is deferred until the completion of the MBA and International Study since these steps have fixed start dates How to participate in the Engineering MBA Dual Degree Program The Engineering MBA Dual Degree Program is open to engineering and computer science students who

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  • Scholars in Engineering and Management (SEAM) – Pathway through UK Honors - College of Engineering
    complement a student s chosen major As well this honors program produces a pool of entrepreneurial minded individuals and attractive unique talent for potential employers nationwide Graduates of UK Honors SEAM are more marketable to industries as they enjoy exposure to best business practices as well as visiting and hearing from successful industry representatives Engineering SEAM graduates obtain a business background without an MBA However SEAM is a feeder program for the University of Kentucky s BS MBA program Please see more details on this graduate option at http www engr uky edu programs bsmba Business graduates have the knowledge and experience gained from four years of teaming with technology minded individuals SEAM freshman have the opportunity to live in the Engineering Living and Learning Community Newly expanded for the fall of 2015 this community provides activities dedicated to the various disciplines found in an engineering enterprise Interactions with faculty and staff from both colleges as well as tutoring and mentoring by upper class students is offered New Location Woodland Glen III http www uky edu Housing undergraduate llp communties html In order to be eligible for SEAM participation high school seniors should be planning to major in either engineering or business Applicants must have at least a 3 5 unweighted GPA and at least a 28 composite ACT score or SAT score of 1240 or higher We look closely at extracurricular activities in order to assess leadership and team skills as well as evidence of well rounded individuals In order to apply to UK Honors SEAM please begin the general UK application process at http www uky edu Admission application In the application process you will see a prompt to apply to UK honors You will then have the option of looking at specialized pathways SEAM is described and

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