The BSE Program
Gain Knowledge & Experience Across Multiple Disciplines of Engineering
Our team is dedicated to promoting inclusiveness and respect among students, faculty, staff, and stakeholders in everything we do. We believe that people, with their creativity, varied intellectual capabilities, sentiments, beliefs, and cultural traditions, are the central players in understanding complex problems and scoping just, viable solutions.
To change the way engineering is taught, learned and practiced, including what it means to be an engineer and how engineers define and solve problems through flexible degree offerings and programs focused on real-world design experiences that emphasize the social, economic, and environmental contexts of engineering.
To engage in research, education, and outreach that inspires and empowers engineers and applied scientists to become innovative and impactful leaders in sociotechnical problem definition, solution, and design. EDS graduates change the world around them by promoting sustainability, socially-responsible engineering, and justice in their workplace and their communities through the technologies they develop.
- Cornerstone Design projects tackle extreme disasters
A pair of lightweight chainsaw chaps for forest firefighters took the top prize at the Fall 2018 Cornerstone Design Final Competition on Dec. 5. A total of 26 student teams from Introduction to Desig …
- Mines launches 5 new degree programs with 2018-19 term
Colorado School of Mines welcomed back students for the first day of classes today and officially launched five new degree programs. Click on the links below to learn more about all the new degree off …
- Students partner with GoFarm to improve local food access
A geographic information system tool designed by Colorado School of Mines students is helping improve access to healthy, local food in Jefferson County. It started as an EPICS II project in 2017, but …
- New cohort of Daniels Fund Faculty Fellows named
Six Colorado School of Mines professors have been named Daniels Fund Faculty Fellows for the 2018-2019 school year. Each professor will receive $5,000 to integrate ethics into their courses, developin …