When you join UB’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, you join an inclusive environment that supports big thinking, creative freedom, and vast possibilities for achievement.
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences cares deeply about your health and academic progress, and we are committed to supporting you as we work together to complete the Spring 2020 semester during this transition. Please visit the SEAS COVID-19 Information page to learn more.
Our graduate students receive free professional development training through the SEAS 360° Certificate of Professional Development program, designed to help graduate students develop and improve the soft skills employers around the world expect.
We encourage entrepreneurial thinking by connecting our students and faculty to a wealth of opportunities and sources at UB and throughout Western New York.
Chemical and Biological Engineering PhD student Parham Rohani (left) is pursuing ideas that could bring a hydrogen generating device to your car and prevent your lithium-ion battery from wearing out. In order to bring his concepts to market, he launched NanoHydroChem LLC, which won $50,000 in a statewide commercialization competition organized by FuzeHub, a nonprofit organization that assists small- to medium-sized manufacturing companies.
Our students and faculty engage in fundamental research and pioneer new technologies that address big challenges faced by society, with research expenditures totaling $74 million annually.
As a SEAS graduate student, you will utilize modern research labs and be mentored by faculty members who are outstanding teachers and internationally recognized for their research.
Our graduates are employed at top companies and universities around the world. Our network includes: