Tufts University School of Engineering

Tufts University School Of Engineering

The School of Engineering is one of the eight schools and colleges that comprise Tufts University . The school offers undergraduate and professional degrees in several fields of engineering and computer science. Along with the School of Arts and Sciences (A&S) and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, the School of Engineering is located on the university's main campus in Medford and Somerville, Massachusetts. Currently, the Engineering School enrolls approximately 800 full-time undergraduates and 300 graduate students. The school employs 90 full-time and part-time faculty members.

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Tufts University School Of Engineering - History
... Engineering instruction began at Tufts College in academic year 1865 - 1866, with the introduction of a three-year degree program in civil engineering ... In 1890, the Department of Electrical Engineering was created, and in 1892 - 1893 the course of study was extended to four years ... advent of the four year program the degrees granted were bachelor of civil or electrical engineering ...

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