ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS

Civil Engineering

Civil engineering is the oldest branch of the profession of engineering that deals with planning, design, construction and maintenance of the built environment on which society depends. Many of the life sustaining important things in our lives are the product of civil engineering.

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering (or ME) is used to advance the following: aerospace and automobile industries, renewable energy, nanotechnology, applied thermofluids, the development of biomedical devices and others. The Mechanical Engineering program at UDC prepares students…

Computer Science

The Department of Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT) at UDC is the only urban land-grant institute of computing offering graduate degrees in the capital of the United States. CSIT students master both theory and practice through regular, capstone, and research courses.

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Electrical Engineering

The mission of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department is reflective to both the missions of the University of the District of Columbia and the mission of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. The EE Department is striving to provide educational opportunities that will prepare…

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OFFICE OF THE DEAN

 

Building 42, Suite 212
4200 Connecticut Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20008

 

phone 202.274.5220

 

202.274.5520

 

seas@udc.edu

SEAS News

3 Top Value Counseling Master’s Degrees in Washington, D.C.

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Faculty/Student Highlights

President Mason Joins HBCU Leaders in Call for Peace and Unity

The presidents of 34 historically black colleges and universities pledged on Wednesday to organize what they called a first-of-its-kind symposium on gun violence, after the “debilitating impact” of a series of incidents that they said had “shaken our nation to its core and caused many people to question our country’s direction.”

UPCOMING EVENTS

February 7, 2017 3:00 pm

SA Skills Workshop

Contact
Deborah Dessaso
ddessaso@udc.edu; 202-274-6176

This is an interactive workshop for students designed to help them develop a critical skill.

February 14, 2017

DC Youth Alliance

Contact
Rebecca Bankhead
rbankhead@udc.edu

February 15, 2017

Gerontology In-service

Contact
Claudia John
claudia.john@udc.edu

Monthly In-Service for Senior Companion and Respite Aide volunteers.