The FIU College of Engineering and Computing is composed of four departments and three schools. The departments are: Department of Biomedical Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering. The schools are: School of Computing and Information Sciences, Moss School of Construction, Infrastructure and Sustainability, and School of Universal Computing, Construction and Engineering Education. We also have a signature program: Enterprise and Logistics Engineering.

Schools

  • School of Computing and Information Sciences

    The School of Computing and Information Sciences was formed in 1987 from the former Department of Mathematical Sciences. The mission of the School has several dimensions, consistent with the overall mission of the University and consistent with its role as part of the College of Engineering and Computing.

  • Moss School of Construction, Infrastructure and Sustainability

    The Moss School of Construction, Infrastructure and Sustainability is committed to excel as the preeminent center for advancement and dissemination of construction knowledge. Our motivated students, highly qualified faculty, and dedicated alumni work together to make the program one of the finest in the country.

  • School of Universal Computing, Construction and Engineering Education

    The School of Universal Computing, Construction and Engineering Education, SUCCEED, was formed in 2018, in conjunction with the STEM Transformation Institute, as the first engineering education department at a minority-serving institution. The goal is to research and promote evidence-based approaches that broaden participation and improve the educational success for all engineering and computer science students.

Departments

  • Department of Biomedical Engineering

    The Biomedical Engineering Department will be nationally recognized for research excellence and innovation in clinical medicine and biomedical industry applications and lead education, research, and technology development in Florida.

  • Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

    The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering currently offers bachelors of science in civil engineering and environmental engineering, masters of science in civil engineering, environmental engineering and in environmental and urban systems, and doctoral degrees in civil engineering.

  • Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

    The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department encompasses a broad range of research and educational interests. It is the policy of the department to involve each faculty member in a balanced combination of research and teaching so as to fully benefit the students.

  • Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering

    The Mechanical & Materials Engineering Department at Florida International University offers a curriculum which is designed to give our students a thorough understanding of the basic laws of science and to stimulate and develop creative thinking, a professional attitude, economic judgment and environmental consciousness.

Signature Programs

  • Enterprise and Logistics Engineering

    These programs blend a carefully chosen mix of engineering courses offered by the College of Engineering and Computing and business courses offered by the School of Business, to prepare future industry leaders for an increasingly technological business environment. The MSEM program is designed to offer one of the most appropriate management degrees for those individuals who would like to advance to managerial positions and wish to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills for success.