Programs and Degrees Whether your area of interest is biotechnology architecture life sciences energy and the environment computational science and engineering manage- ment nanotechnology and advanced materials or experimental media and the arts at Rensselaer you will collaborate with the best and emerge ready to lead. Rensselaer offers over 100 graduate programs in more than 50 disciplines at the masters and doctoral levels including several blended learning degree programs for working professionals. Your Rensselaer education will prepare you to go anywhere as you join the powerful network of nearly 100000 alumni who are shaping their disciplines. The possibilities are limitless. School of Architecture Architecture Architectural Sciences Acoustics Built Ecologies and Lighting concentrations. Lighting School of Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer and Systems Engineering Decision Sciences and Engineering Systems Electrical Engineering Engineering Physics Engineering Science Environmental Engineering Industrial and Management Engineering Materials Science and Engineering Mechanical Engineering Nuclear Engineering Nuclear Engineering and Science Systems Engineering and Technology Management Transportation Engineering School of Humanities Arts and Social Sciences Cognitive Science Communication and Rhetoric Electronic Arts Human-Computer Interaction Science and Technology Studies Technical Communication School of Science Applied Mathematics Applied Science Astronomy BiochemistryBiophysics Biology Chemistry Computer Science Geology Information Technology Mathematics Multidisciplinary Science Physics Lally School of Management Business Analytics Management Quantitative Finance and Risk Analytics Supply Chain Management Technology Commercialization and Entrepreneurship Also offered in a part-time blended learning format through Advanced Professional Studies. Select Research Centers Center for Architecture Science and Ecology CASE. This industry- academic partnership with the world- renowned architectural firm Skidmore Owings Merrill in New York City engages scientists engineers and architects from the professional and academic worlds toward a common goal of redefining how we build sus- tainable cities and environments. Center for Biotechnology and Interdis- ciplinary Studies CBIS. CBIS is locat- ed in a 218000-square-foot building that features laboratories for molecular biology analytical biochemistry micro- biology imaging histology tissue and cell culture proteomics and scientific computing and visualization. Center for Computational Innovations CCI. Home to one of the most pow- erful supercomputers in the world CCI is focused on reducing time and costs associated with the design-to- manufacturing process thus preparing industry for the huge benefits of exascale computing. Center for Materials Devices and Integrated Systems cMDIS. The cMDIS fosters strategic research efforts in advanced materials and devices as well as the integration of these technol- ogies into complex integrated systems. Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center EMPAC. Located in a 220000-square-foot facility EMPAC provides a platform for multidisciplinary work in visualization animation simulation and acoustics. Rensselaer Institute for Data Exploration and Applications IDEA. The Rensselaer IDEA brings together our strengths in high performance computing cognitive computing data discovery and visualization and pre- dictive analytics to answer the grand challenges surrounding energy water food national security human health climate change and the allocation of scarce natural resources.