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.
UA engineers develop tech that prevents power outages
Research team is developing a solution to identify faulty power lines in advance of an outage and isolate the place on the line that is damaged.