Colorado School of Mines :: College of Engineering and Computational Sciences

Capstone Design Program

Multidisciplinary Engineering Design.

EGGN491/EGGN492

The Capstone Design program combines students from the Civil, Electrical, Environmental, and Mechanical Engineering degree programs. The program uses client-driven projects to engage students in projects that matter.
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Civil & Environmental

Engineering

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) produces graduates who design and maintain sustainable built and natural environments. Civil and Environmental engineers are responsible for our civil infrastructure (buildings, roads, bridges, reservoirs, water and wastewater treatment and delivery), for prevention and mitigation of geohazards, and for protection and restoration of our natural environment.

Electrical Engineering

A distinguishing feature of the Electrical Engineering (EE) program is a focus on the area of energy and power systems along with the area of information and systems sciences, which includes embedded processors, signal processing and control systems. Graduates from the EE program work in the power industry, engineering consulting firms, renewable energy companies, aerospace and communications firms, as well as a wide variety of companies that rely on embedded intelligence to manage data and systems.

Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering (ME) program is designed not only to provide students with a strong knowledge and skill base in core Mechanical Engineering fields, but also an opportunity to explore areas of more advanced topics in the fields of energy, biomechanics, robotics, and manufacturing.

Get Involved.

The Capstone Design program pushes students to go beyond their textbook training and solve real-world design problems. You can support the program by: becoming a project client, or financially supporting an intercollegiate competition team. If you are interested in supporting the program don’t hesitate to contact us!

Become an Instructor.

To provide a great learning experience for our students, we are always looking for outstanding instructors.
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Mines :: CECS

Capstone

Design Program

Multidisciplinary Engineering

Design.

EGGN491/EGGN492

The Capstone Design program combines students from the Civil, Electrical, Environmental, and Mechanical Engineering degree programs. The program uses client-driven projects to engage students in projects that matter.
More Info More Info
© Colorado School of Mines

Civil & Environmental Engineering

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) produces graduates who design and maintain sustainable built and natural environments. Civil and Environmental engineers are responsible for our civil infrastructure (buildings, roads, bridges, reservoirs, water and wastewater treatment and delivery), for prevention and mitigation of geohazards, and for protection and restoration of our natural environment.

Electrical Engineering

A distinguishing feature of the Electrical Engineering (EE) program is a focus on the area of energy and power systems along with the area of information and systems sciences, which includes embedded processors, signal processing and control systems. Graduates from the EE program work in the power industry, engineering consulting firms, renewable energy companies, aerospace and communications firms, as well as a wide variety of companies that rely on embedded intelligence to manage data and systems.

Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering (ME) program is designed not only to provide students with a strong knowledge and skill base in core Mechanical Engineering fields, but also an opportunity to explore areas of more advanced topics in the fields of energy, biomechanics, robotics, and manufacturing.

Get Involved.

The Capstone Design program pushes students to go beyond their textbook training and solve real- world design problems. You can support the program by: becoming a project client, or financially supporting an intercollegiate competition team. If you are interested in supporting the program don’t hesitate to contact us!

Become an Instructor.

To provide a great learning experience for our students, we are always looking for outstanding instructors.
More Info More Info More Info