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With top-ranked programs at every level, UCLA is a cost-effective choice for developing your organization’s technical talent. UCLA Samueli’s Master of Science in Engineering is ranked Number 1 (2020) in the country, making earning a UCLA master’s degree more convenient than ever. Program areas include data science, sustainable water engineering, structural materials, aerospace engineering, computer networking, electrical engineering, electronic materials, engineering management, integrated circuits, manufacturing and design, materials science, mechanical engineering, signal processing and communication, systems engineering and engineering entrepreneurship. Many companies offer tuition reimbursement for these programs.
We can also work with your team to design training curriculum that fits your companies needs through the UCLA Extension Engineering Program.
Bug Eyes and Bat Sonar: UCLA Bioengineers Turn to Animal Kingdom for Creation of Bionic Super 3D Cameras
A pair of UCLA bioengineers and a colleague have developed a new class of 3D camera systems that combine capabilities inspired by insects
Three UCLA Samueli School of Engineering professors — Yoram Cohen, Eric Hoek and David Jassby — have each received major funding support from the National Alliance for Water Innovation
Researchers at UCLA and Stanford University have developed a secure, noninvasive, one-touch technology using hydrogel-coated chemical sensors and a signal-interpretation
UCLA will be part of a multi-institutional research center funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The Institute for Emerging CORE Methods in Data Science, or EnCORE, will be a collaboration among
UCLA Engineer Sam Taira Receives Department of Defense’s Most Prestigious Research Grant — Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellowship
Kunihiko “Sam” Taira, a UCLA professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering who specializes in computational fluid dynamics, has received a 2022 Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellowship
The UCLA Samueli School of Engineering is proud to welcome two outstanding scholars to the Bioengineering Department — Mireille Kamariza and Jaimie Marie Stewart