At the Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering, we strive by our mission: Educate, Engage, Inspire, Innovate.
We are dedicated to:
- Creating hands-on experiential learning for all our students,
- Fostering an environment of innovation that allows the pursuit of high-impact research,
- Engaging the community and collaborating with partners to reach creative solutions for societal problems, and
- Inspiring the next generation of technology entrepreneurs.
As a graduate student in our college, you will join a thriving community of scholars who pursue cutting-edge research in many fields. Our students have access to first-class research facilities as well as world-renowned faculty members who have won national and international recognition in their research areas. Our students and faculty explore many areas, including nanomaterials and devices, unmanned aerial systems and robotics, big data, cybersecurity, air and water quality resources, transportation, renewable energy, sensors and systems for space, and national security applications.
We also offer our students premier graduate programs in a variety of disciplines, including aerospace, biomedical, civil, environmental, electrical, materials, mechanical, nuclear, and transportation engineering as well as construction management and computer science.
Our graduates work locally, nationally, and internationally in some of the top laboratories, research centers, universities, and corporations across the world.
As the boundaries of science and engineering continue to expand, UNLV’s Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering is committed to offering our students a variety of competitive graduate programs and certificates. We are confident you will find our graduate programs both challenging and rewarding.
Rama Venkat, Ph.D., Dean, Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering
Mohamed Trabia, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Research, Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering and Construction
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Graduate Certificate in Solar & Renewable Energy
Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering