As a graduate student at the Clark School, you'll find an outstanding faculty, a friendly environment, close proximity to the cultural amenities of Washington, D.C., state-of-the-art laboratories and computing resources, and excellent assistance in and opportunities for employment.
The school offers both full-time master and doctoral programs and programs for working professionals.
You may also take advantage of the broad range of student services offered by the University of Maryland and the Clark School that cover many aspects of the student experience.
A special opportunity for doctoral students is the Clark School’s Future Faculty Program, which trains students for teaching positions at leading engineering schools.
Are you about to complete your degree? Visit the Commencement Ceremony page for all the times, dates, procedures and guest information you need.
The Clark School supports more than 30 active student societies, such as the Engineering Student Council, departmental honor and professional societies and special interest organizations.
What are the Clark School's goals and ethics? Learn about our academic policies, to which all students are expected to adhere.
As graduate student, your main source for advising is your department or program:
- Aerospace Engineering
- Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
- Civil & Environmental
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Fischell Department of Bioengineering
- Fire Protection Engineering
- Master's Program in Telecommunications
- Master of Engineering and Public Policy
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Nuclear Engineering
- Professional Master's in Engineering
- Project Management
- Systems Engineering