Undergraduate Labs
A Foundation for Success Many students participate in several hours of research each week during the academic year. Students can also enroll in independent study, internships, and programs like Global TIES where they gain experience and solve real problems.
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Build a power plant, design a rocket, save the environment

We're solving challenging research problems in energy, environment and medicine; collaborating with academic departments, institutes and industry; and preparing the next generation of engineers, technology leaders and innovators

Degrees Offered




M.S., M.A.S., Ph.D.

View the New Graduate Student Handbook with information on registration, orientations, calendars, local apartments, etc.

The  impacted major application system is now open! All students that wish to apply to Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering, must apply through the MyJSOE Major Change Application system. 

All students will have until July 6th at 11:59pm to use the application system to apply. Late applications will not be permitted.

For questions, please contact Christina Sandoval-Paquette.

Technology and Water Resources Internship, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Institute for Water Resources (IWR) -Apply Here

Collaboration in Water Resources Management Internship, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Institute for Water Resources -Apply Here

Professors Bill McEneaney and Jorge Cortes were recently interviewed in the control field's premier professional publication - the IEEE Control Systems Magazine, whose subscription pool is about 10,000. They were asked how they chose to specialize in controls, about graduate courses they teach at UCSD, their books, and their views on the opportunities for the controls field. Read it here.

Mechanical engineering professor Juan C. Lasheras is a new member of the NIH Modeling and Analysis of Biological Systems (MABS) Study Section, which reviews grant applications for scientific merit as a part of the NIH Center for Scientific Review. Read More..

Professor Bitmead fell in love with control theory as a third-year applied mathematics major at the University of Sydney in 1974. This fall, he will head out to San Antonio to receive the Rufus Oldenburger medal, a lifetime achievement award from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, for his significant contributions in the field.  Read More.

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