About Us

Welcome to the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at the University at Buffalo. We provide an inclusive environment that supports big thinking, creative freedom, and vast possibilities for achievement. 

From our founding as an engineering school in 1946, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences builds upon its proud legacy of excellent educational programs and world-class research.
So much has changed at UB’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences over the past 5 years that it is hard to keep up with the pace! Just in the last year, we added 26 new faculty, graduated over 1,700 students with BS, MS and PhD degrees, and increased our research portfolio to $74 million in expenditures.
We are a culturally diverse community with science and engineering students originating from 65 different countries across the world and 30 states here in the U.S. You are welcome here.
Find contact information for school leadership, department chairs, research center directors and more.
The Dean’s Advisory Council provides support and advice to the dean in several key areas.
Multiple independent agencies accredit our programs, ensuring that we provide our students with a high quality education.
The vision of our school is to create, discover and disseminate knowledge and to educate leaders that advance the resilience, sustainability, health and economic well-being of our region, our state, our nation and the globe.
The Dean's Report is an annual publication that provides a snapshot of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. The report provides information about new faculty and initiatives, statistics on rankings, enrollment, degrees awarded, and research expenditures, along with other highlights of the school's people and programs.
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers opportunities to work in a dynamic and growth oriented organization.
School-wide, department-wide and admissions contact information.