The College of Engineering produces some of the most sought-after, job-ready engineering graduates in the country.
In fact, more than 90 percent of grads land jobs within three months of graduation.
Our students have many opportunities to gain hands-on experience: through the highly-regarded co-op program, as members of our award-winning student design teams, by participating in research projects, and by applying classroom theory to a Capstone senior design project.
Dr. Erik Engeberg has been awarded an NSF grant to explore different methods for people with upper limb amputation or congenital limb absence to control dexterous artificial hands with brain waves.
UA College of Engineering is part of the Region 5 U.S. DOT University Transportation Center, which is led by the University of Minnesota and also includes the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Southern Illinois University and Western Michigan University.
Student David Waligorski says robust career opportunities are only one reason why he chose corrosion engineering as his major. Learn about corrosion engineering at Akron.
By many measures, our college is growing:
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