Humanitarian Engineering at Colorado School of Mines

The Humanitarian Engineering program at Colorado School of Mines trains engineers to serve communities by co-creating socially responsible, just and sustainable solutions. Our students are looking to connect with working professionals for career and paid internship opportunities, and each year we bring in over 100 projects for engineering design students to work on. If you have a design-focused project that could benefit from a multi-disciplinary team of students over the course of a single semester or an entire year, please contact us. Our program brings together engineering and social science professors to transform engineering by changing the ways engineers are taught to think, define, and solve problems. We offer two undergraduate minors and a Master’s degree, empower faculty to transform their teaching, bring world class speakers to Mines, and conduct research that addresses some of the biggest challenges facing engineers.