FAMU-FSU: Why the hyphen?
The FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, established by the Florida Legislature in 1982, is the joint engineering school for Florida A&M and Florida State universities, the only shared college of engineering in the nation. We are located less than three miles from each campus. Our students enroll (and graduate) as Seminoles or Rattlers. Perspective graduate students should explore and research both institutions, then determine to which institution a graduate application should be submitted. All graduate curriculum and research opportunities are mirrored at the joint-college; therefore, no matter which institution you choose to attend your experience in the classroom and the laboratory will be identical.
Academic Degree Programs
Research Master’s Degrees
Professional Master’s Degrees
Departmental Admissions Requirements & Deadlines
Department of Chemical & Biomedical Engineering
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Department of Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering (includes Engineering Management & Systems Engineering)
Materials Science & Engineering Program
Department of Mechanical Engineering (includes Sustainable Energy)
Graduate Certificate Program
Pathways Programs for FAMU-FSU Engineering Undergraduate Students
Earn your Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in 5 years! Combined bachelor’s/master’s pathways provide academically talented undergraduate students an opportunity to complete both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree. Upon approval, a combined bachelor’s/master’s pathway allows for up to 12 graduate hours to be shared with, or double-counted toward, an undergraduate degree program. Contact your department of interest directly for more information.
Chemical & Biomedical Engineering Pathway
Civil & Environmental Engineering Pathway
Electrical & Computer Engineering Pathway
Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering – Engineering Management Pathway
Mechanical Engineering Pathway