EME degree programs produce petroleum engineers, mining engineers, energy and geo‐environmental engineers, environmental systems engineers, health and safety professionals, fuel scientists, and energy and business professionals. We provide expert training to students who will address the delicate balance between societal needs for more energy and mineral resources and the management, health and safety, and environmental impacts associated with the production, processing and utilization of these resources.
In the Spotlight
Kwadwo Osseo-Asare, distinguished professor of materials science and engineering and of energy and geo-environmental engineering in the College of...
Jonathan Mathews, associate professor of energy and mineral engineering, was named a 2016 Fellow by the American Chemical Society (ACS).
Getting a summer internship is a great way to gain real-world work experience.