Prof. Mark Borsuk
Administrative Associate: Larissa Pyer, phone: (603) 646-3546
Students in SEDG may work toward graduate degrees (M.S. or Ph.D.) in engineering science. There are also opportunities for coursework in computer science, mathematics, biology and ecology, and quantitative biomedical sciences. Information on Thayer’s graduate programs, degree requirements, and admissions can be found here.
Prospective M.S. and PhD. students are encouraged to contact Professor Borsuk to explore the extent to which their research and career interests could be served by working toward a graduate degree within SEDG. Current and past students have had undergraduate degrees in engineering, mathematics, and physics. Degrees in environmental science, statistics, operations research, engineering economics, and computer science would also provide appropriate training.
If you are interested in the Master of Engineering Management (M.E.M.) program, you can find information at the following website. If you have further questions about the M.E.M. program, please contact Associate Director, Ross Gortner: (603) 646-2606; or email: firstname.lastname@example.org