School of Computing and Information Sciences
The School of Computing and Information Sciences (SCIS) is a leading research school and prolific producer of computing talent in the state of Florida. SCIS has built a highly engaged, multidisciplinary research community, whose faculty and staff are active in entrepreneurship activities, including start-ups, and outreach efforts to transform basic research into services and products that enhance the quality of life and benefit our society.
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.
Department of Biomedical Engineering
The Department of Biomedical Engineering is nationally recognized for research excellence and innovation in clinical medicine and biomedical industry applications and lead education, research, and technology development in Florida. Home to cutting-edge research and outstanding students, the department meets medical needs with engineering expertise to innovate our health care system and improve people’s lives.
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
From the buildings we live in to the water we drink, the contributions of civil and environmental engineers affect our lives. The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at FIU is educating a new generation of civil and environmental engineers who will ensure the safety and sustainability of roads, homes, bridges and environmental sources of the future.
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Home to state-of-the-art research, award-winning faculty, and the bachelor’s degree in Internet of Things, a first in the nation, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering students enjoy experimental learning opportunities, hands-on research in world-class laboratories and are prepared to hit the ground running in their chosen careers upon their graduation.
Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Combining creativity with hands-on research, FIU’s Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering provides students a hands-on environment to develop skills needed to make critical impact on industries such as manufacturing, energy systems and space exploration, as well as design and development of new materials and composites to impact areas such as in nanotechnology, biosensors and electronics.
Enterprise and Logistics Engineering Signature Programs
Enterprise and Logistics Engineering (ELE) programs blend a carefully chosen mix of engineering and business courses to prepare future industry leaders for an increasingly technological business environment. ELE programs offer graduate degrees and certificate programs for those individuals who wish to advance to managerial positions in engineering fields and acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to stay ahead in their organizations.