Biomedical engineering is a rapidly growing and highly innovative field that allows you to shape the future of human health and medicine.
Chemical engineering sits at the crossroads of chemistry, physics, and mathematics, working to bring about chemical and physical changes in materials.
Build upon your passion for creating the safe, sustainable infrastructure of the future as a Civil Engineering major at UMass Amherst.
Computer Engineering students at UMass Amherst are designing and programming everything from complex software systems to autonomous vehicles—and you can, too.
UMass Amherst's Electrical Engineering students play a hands-on role in the future of technology in communications, health care, smart cities, and more.
Bridging the fields of management and engineering, industrial engineers are problem solvers working to make people, organizations, and systems more efficient.
Mechanical Engineers study engineering fundamentals, engage in project-based labs, and innovate as a part of their capstone design experience.
A concentration for Chemical Engineering majors wanting to pursue careers or studies in biotechnology, bioengineering, or the pharmaceutical industry.
The interdisciplinary Engineering Management Minor provides Engineering students with training in finance, accounting, marketing, and management.
The UMass Amherst iCons program prepares our best undergraduates to be problem solvers, leaders and innovators in science, technology, and business.