The BSE Program
We offer degree-granting, minor, and thematic programs comprised of science, engineering, the humanities, and social sciences, as well as their integration in the methodology of design.
\ B.S. Engineering
\ Capstone Design@Mines
\ Cornerstone Design@Mines
\ M.S. Humanitarian Engineering
\ Minor in ENGINEERING FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
\ MINOR IN LEADERSHIP IN CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
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.
- Mines hosts international exchange on sustainable artisanal and small-scale mining
- Cornerstone Design challenges Mines students to assist aging population
- 19 Mines faculty members awarded promotion, tenure for 2022-2023
- Building Greener: Mines students competing to design, build the future of sustainable housing