Princeton Engineering graduate students participate in high-impact research projects across a variety of disciplines and benefit from close relationships with world-class researchers and teachers.
The great majority of graduate students at Princeton Engineering are pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree.
Students seeking a Ph.D. should apply directly to the doctoral program; it is not necessary to seek a master’s degree first. All six departments at Princeton Engineering offer doctoral programs. A limited number of openings are available to pursue Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E) and Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) degrees; please contact the departments (see links below) for more information before applying.
Beyond the 44 areas of departmental research outlined below, graduate students at Princeton work fluidly with colleagues throughout Princeton University and its two associated national laboratories.
It is common for engineering graduate students to work with co-advisors in other departments, while students from the natural sciences or other areas often join engineering research groups. These collaborations spark creativity and amplify impact.
Each of the six engineering departments and the school recognize that building a diverse, inclusive, and equitable community is essential to enable everyone to do their best work.