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Master's DegreesMaster of ScienceMaster of EngineeringMaster of Engineering Management
Doctoral DegreesDoctor of PhilosophyPhD Innovation ProgramPhD + Doctor of Medicine
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Power Pioneers: Making Tech Cheaper, Smaller, and More Efficient
Professors Charles R. Sullivan and Jason Stauth Th'00 are leading efforts to make the tech we use every day better—and opening new opportunities in a range of industries.
Research Tool Helps Narrow Down Endless Possibilities for New Metal Alloys
Professor Geoffroy Hautier is part of an international team that developed a physics-based model, published last week in Nature Communications, to help speed up the process of finding the next revolutionary material.
Dartmouth Researchers File Patent for Device to Advance Breast Cancer Detection and Monitoring
Engineering professors Shudong Jiang and Keith Paulsen, with PhD student Mengyang Zhao and DHMC MRI Technologist Shreve Soule, developed a customizable optical imaging device that can significantly improve diagnostic accuracy, sensitivity, and specificity.
President of Olin College of Engineering Gilda Barabino to Deliver 2023 Investiture Address
The professor of biomedical and chemical engineering has helped change the face of engineering and create impactful solutions to medical problems and health inequities.
Doctor of Philosophy
Offers flexibility within and across research/program areas and prepares you for either a professional or academic position.
PhD Innovation Program
Supplements the doctoral engineering curriculum with entrepreneurial studies—the first of its kind in the nation.
Master of Science
Emphasizes engineering research, applied mathematics skills, and depth with breadth across disciplines.
Master of Engineering
Provides specialized depth in your field of choice through either full-time or part-time coursework.
Bachelor of Arts
Offers a unique undergraduate major in engineering sciences grounded in the liberal arts.
Bachelor of Engineering
Provides a professional accredited engineering degree in addition to the Bachelor of Arts.