The College offers graduate programs leading to degrees in both traditional and interdisciplinary areas of study. The programs provide the ready ability to cross departmental lines, and flexibility in course selection allows each student to pursue a program especially tailored to the goals of the individual. The primary focus of the College lies in those areas and problems, which cross traditional lines. The location of the University and the strengths of its schools enable the offering of unique opportunities in interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary programs. Graduate programs offered in conjunction with other schools or units include: Biomedical Engineering in conjunction with the School of Medicine, Engineering Management and a dual M.S. in Industrial Engineering and M.B.A. and an M.S. in Environmental Health and Safety in conjunction with the School of Council, highly qualified students to pursue a privileged individualized program which cuts across disciplinary lines.