College of Science and Engineering (COSE) programs prepare students to think critically and solve simple and complex problems. Our catalog of programs equip students with the scientific, quantitative, and technological knowledge and experience needed for life and work in a dynamic world.
Our faculty and staff are committed to putting students first and with a commitment to excellence in teaching, our faculty provide hands-on, experiential application of subject knowledge. Students will graduate with growth in collaboration and innovation to be bold contributing members of their workplace and community.
Our students improve our community.
Our students are leaders in their field.
Our students change the world.
Select from one of over 30 undergraduate and graduate COSE programs. Nearly all of our programs are STEM designated.Departments and Programs
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of recent graduates are employed in a related field within one year of graduation.
Our graduates are employable!
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand STEM occupations are projected to grow by almost 11% by 2031. The average starting salary is over $95,000 per year.SCSU Career Center Data
Four recent Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering graduates spent their senior year gaining valuable industry experience with Coldspring , a natural stone and bronze manufacturer with corporate headquarters only 20 miles from St. Cloud State University.
The SCSU Computer Science Club faced a challenge. As a student group, how could they help develop their members’ skills while also promoting the value of computing to their fellow students?
Six COSE students among recipients of the 2023 Excellence in Leadership Award.
A total of 89 students from St. Cloud State University’s College of Science and Engineering (COSE) presented their research at COSE’s first Research Colloquium since 2018 on April 18.