Graduate Program

Future Students

Applicants ordinarily will be expected to hold baccalaureate degrees from colleges or universities of recognized standing prior to registration as graduate students. Applicants for a master's or doctoral degree program should have achieved a 3.0 grade-point index or higher for the baccalaureate degree or have other academic indices of outstanding performance.

Funding & Financial Aid


Graduate Programs

Programs of graduate study are administered through the individual academic units within the College of Engineering. This includes interdisciplinary programs such as Biomedical Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering.

Students interested in applying for admission should communicate with the program they wish to enter.

Links to graduate program websites for individual academic units are listed below:

Contact Information For These Programs

Phone numbers and email addresses can be found on our Engineering Graduate Programs contacts page or Graduate Education and Interdisciplinary Programs Staff.

Research Programs

Research expenditures in the College of Engineering exceed $70,000,000 annually. This research is carried out by faculty and students in laboratories located in the individual academic units listed below, and in several multidisciplinary research centers and school research laboratories.

Additional Research Information

Engineering Graduate Student Organizations

University Organizations

  • PGSG (Purdue Graduate Student Government)


Last update: January 30, 2014