Future Graduate Students

Purdue is proud to be the home of many famous engineers, including Neil Armstrong and Gene Cernan, the first and most recent men to walk on the moon. The College of Engineering at Purdue University offers graduate degrees in 13 engineering areas – ranked in the top 10 in the nation – and will prepare you for careers in industry, academia, government, and more. Purdue may be the perfect fit for you!

Deep Roots in Diversity

Purdue University's College of Engineering has embraced diversity throughout its history. The National Society of Black Engineers was founded there in 1975, and the college established the first Women in Engineering Program in the U.S. in 1969. Those remain active, as well as campus chapters of other minority professional societies, including Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, the Society of Mexican American Engineers and Scientists and the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science.