Degrees and Programs
Engineering Management, M.Engr.
Technology Management, M.S.
Human Safety Performance — through the Industrial Technology Program in Idaho Falls
Fire Protection — through the Industrial Technology Program in Idaho Falls
Advanced Materials Technology — through the Chemical and Materials Science Engineering Department
Emergency Planning and Management — through the Industrial Technology Program in Idaho Falls
Nuclear Criticality Safety — through the Nuclear Engineering Program in Idaho Falls
Power System Protection and Relaying — through the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
Secure and Dependable Computing Systems — through the Computer Science Department
Analog Integrated Circuit Design — through the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
- Computer Science
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Geological Engineering - through Civil & Environmental Engineering Department
- Metallurgical Engineering - through Chemical and Materials Science Engineering Department
- Manufacturing Engineering - through Mechanical Engineering Department
The University of Idaho College of Engineering has committed to establishing a Grand Challenges Scholars Program (GSCP) designed to prepare a minimum of 20 students annually to lead the way in meeting challenges identified by the National Academy of Engineering that are key to maintaining and improving quality of life across the globe.
You can now receive a computer science degree from the University of Idaho without leaving Coeur d’Alene. Take advantage of this unique program where the first two years of coursework is delivered at North Idaho College (NIC) and all upper level classes are taught by U of I faculty.
The University of Idaho College of Engineering now offers an electrical engineering exchange program to Chinese students from Wenzheng College of Soochow University (WCSU). Students spend three years studying the U of I electrical engineering curriculum and then travel to Moscow to complete their fourth and final year to graduate with an accredited University of Idaho B.S. degree.
The Engineering Outreach (EO) distance education program delivers 10 complete graduate degree programs and five academic certificates in a variety of technical areas. The program was established in 1973 to serve the graduate and professional education needs of engineers and others in technical areas. The EO program is critical to the outreach mission of the University of Idaho in general and the College of Engineering in particular for a number of reasons.