Engineer a brighter future in Boulder

Looking to earn your engineering graduate degree? Look into the University of Colorado Boulder’s College of Engineering and Applied Science, ranked among the top 40 engineering schools in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
What’s more, CU-Boulder offers a beautiful campus location in a metro area that’s a thriving, high-tech hub for Fortune 1000 companies, providing real-world opportunities for our students.

“Our graduate students benefit from a world-class faculty and leading-edge research programs, which offer students excellent opportunities for learning and career advancement.”

- Dean Robert H. Davis

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Why University of Colorado Boulder?
  • CU-Boulder has received one-half billion dollars for its research programs
  • State-of-the-art labs and research facilities
  • Ranked the 11th Best Public Academic University in the World by The Economist
  • Ranked the #2 Aerospace Engineering doctoral program by The National Research Council
  • CU-Boulder is priviledged to have four Nobel Laureates as faculty
  • The College of Engineering and Applied Science offers a select set of flexible graduate programs available in the classroom, from a distance or both
  • Critically acclaimed, industry-involved faculty who are passionate about teaching

Classes are recorded in a rich-media format that includes class discussion and is accessible 24/7 shortly after a class ends. Students may access these through a variety of downloadable formats, including mobile devices.