Carter Kilby

Cybersecurity graduate receives college and high school diploma this May

Congratulations are in order – twice! Carter Kilby of Chagrin Falls will be graduating this May with a BS in Computer Information Systems with a focus on cybersecurity. Two weeks later, he will also be receiving his high school diploma. He participated in the College Credit Plus Program (CCP), a dual-credit program that allows students to earn high school and college credit simultaneously.

Experience Akron Engineering

There are endless possibilities as an engineering major at The University of Akron. From traditional programs steeped in our 108-year-old legacy to newer programs like aerospace systems and corrosion engineering, to design teams and co-ops, we offer a wide range of educational opportunities for future engineers. You will love it here.


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Average starting salary for engineering and engineering tech graduate (May 2020)


Total engineering and computing student organizations and design teams


At UA you will have so many opportunities for hands on experience in engineering. In fact, 100% of the May 2020 graduates participated in at least one form of experiential learning. This includes co-ops, internships, senior capstone projects, and undergraduate research. When you’re a Zip, the possibilities are endless.

Engineering student from The University of Akron at their co-op with Swagelok


Blend paid industry work with your studies. Co-ops can lead to full-time employment after graduation from our engineer college.

A student poses with a project plane she is using in aeronautics in The College of Engineering at The University of Akron.

Design Teams

Rockets or robots? Race cars or remote-control planes? Whatever your interest, we have a design team for you.

Engineering student at The University of Akron performing research


The development of new technologies, breakthroughs, and scientific advances are a routine part of our college engineering programs.

Everyone Rises


Not all accreditations are created equal. With ABET accreditation, students, parents, employers, and the community can be confident that a program meets the quality standards that produce graduates prepared to enter a global workforce. Accreditation matters. Learn why.

The following undergraduate bachelor’s programs are accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET.

The following undergraduate bachelor’s program is accredited by the Applied and Natural Science Accreditation Commission of ABET.



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