Graduate education at UC Merced is organized around graduate groups that emphasize a highly interdisciplinary approach to research and scholarship.
The faculty members of the three schools are committed to working together to provide course offerings and research experiences that transcend disciplinary boundaries and attack important real-world problems.
The School of Engineering hosts four graduate programs/groups. While students are educated in a particular discipline, they have the opportunity to engage in interdisciplinary research and collaboration if they so desire. Graduate study at UC Merced involves working closely with one or more professors, so prospective applicants should carefully consult the faculty list for current research topics.
Additional information about each graduate program/group, participating faculty, and current research areas are available on the respective websites.
- Bioengineering (BIOE)
- Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS)
- Environmental Systems (ES)
- Materials and Biomaterials Science and Engineering (MBSE)
- Management of Innovation, Sustainability and Technology (MIST)
- Mechanical Engineering (ME)