Blend paid industry work with your studies. Co-ops can lead to full-time employment after graduation.
Rockets or robots? Race cars or remote-control planes? Whatever your interest, we have a design team for you.
The development of new technologies, breakthroughs, and scientific advances are a routine part of students’ education.
On the job with an electrical engineer
Why does a brewery need an engineer?
Learn this and more in this edition of Alumni Stories with College of Engineering alum John Blystone at Great Lakes Brewing Co.
I chose UA specifically for engineering. All of my professors have been great. When I graduate, I have a job lined up with Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., where I had six co-ops over my college career.
— TODD DICKERHOOF,
majoring in electrical engineering
Zips Racing marks its 30th year
See the first car, its technical specs and the story behind its number. Also, Zips Racing alums: Where are they now?
Welcome, new faculty
We've added four faculty members this fall, with expertise in biomedical devices, microrobots, sustainable energy and electromagnetics.