The BIC is more 16,000 square feet of open workspace where student project and competition teams design, develop, and bring their ideas to life.
Consulting Engineering Program
This program is a supplement that can enhance a student's traditional engineering degree with selected courses beneficial to students interested in consulting engineering careers.
We offer a multidisciplinary minor in data science, one of the fastest growing disciplines in the United States.
Engineers Without Borders
Engineers Without Borders (EWB) is a multi-national, non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to improving life for people living in developing countries through sustainable engineering projects.
Join students from a variety of disciplines in this living-learning community with a special focus on entrepreneurship.
Our students and faculty tackle the National Academy of Engineering’s Grand Challenges through a variety of co-curricular, hands-on events and projects.
HERE: Living and Learning Today for Tomorrow
Our HERE program is a first-year living-learning experience with a focus on sustainability and humanitarian engineering.
Rose-Hulman students can participate in the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition, known as the premier collegiate synthetic biology event.
Rose-Hulman offers a multidisciplinary minor in imaging. Imaging concerns the collection, manipulation, analysis, generation, understanding and processing of images. It includes computer graphics, computer vision, optical imaging and filtering, signal processing and aspects of artificial intelligence.
IP/ROP: Independent Project/Research Opportunities Program
Choose a project and work with a faculty mentor to find solutions and communicate your results professionally.
Interdisciplinary Research Collaborative
Deepen your knowledge while working with faculty mentors in the IRC program and 10-week Summer Research Experience.
Join multidisciplinary project teams in our state-of-the-art lab for micro and nanotechnology research and coursework.
Center for Nanomedicine
The Center for Nanomedicine focuses on clinical applications of tiny particles to fight cancer cells, combining science and technology at a minuscule scale.
The intersection of computing, engineering, science, and mathematics, our robotics program will give you teamwork experience and a broader understanding of your major.