Welcome to the TSU College of Science, Engineering and Technology (COSET) website!
We are very delighted that you have chosen to visit our College’s website to inquire about our many academic programs. Our College is a vibrant and creative place to pursue many fields of study in the following nine academic departments: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Environmental & Interdisciplinary Sciences, Industrial Technologies, Mathematics, Physics, and Transportation Studies &Aviation Science and Technology. COSET has 20 undergraduate and six graduate programs including a Ph.D. program in Environmental & Interdisciplinary Sciences. Moreover, we have three college research centers in addition to the departmental research facilities: (1) Center for Transportation Training and Research (CTTR), (2) Center for Research on Complex Networks (CRCN), and (3) Innovative Transportation Research Institute (ITRI). There are two new state-of-the art facilities where our faculty and students participate in scholarly activities such as teaching, critical learning, and scientific research in an exemplary diverse cultural environment.
Our College prepares our students to become successful graduates through the scholarly efforts of our accomplished and eminent faculty and the effective student support of our enthusiastic and diligent staff. Our academic programs have well-prepared curricula, which is supported by the latest practical and theoretical knowledge, equipment and software essential for the preparation of our students in the real world.
I would like to invite you to browse our website to explore and learn more about our departments, programs and facilities in more detail. Also, with equal measure, I would like to invite you to visit our College in person to get a real experience of the unique and vibrant atmosphere of COSET and TSU since, as the true expression goes, there is no substitute to real and active personal experience. Moreover, I hope you would join us in the COSET in pursuit of academic excellence.
A. Serpil Saydam, Ph.D.
College of Science, Engineering and Technology