CAREERS & JOB PLACEMENT
The Co-op and Placement Office can also help you secure a permanent, full-time job as you near graduation.
Did you know?
Full-time salaries are likely to be higher if you participate in a co-op than a similar-degree student who has not participated in the program. Even if you are looking for a different type of permanent, full-time experience from what the co-op provided, we can still help and provide guidance with your next steps after graduating.
93 percent of spring 2019 engineering graduates have jobs or are continuing their education.
If you never had a co-op, we can still help.
The co-op and placement office can help any undergraduate engineering student with permanent placement, regardless of whether or not you have held a co-op position as an engineering student.
“The co-op and placement office made planning for post-grad life so easy! They consistently sent out my resume to their corporate connections on my behalf. When they heard about a newly posted position at a local engineering firm, they called me right away. They are completely committed to student success.”
Juan Camacho, B.S. in Biomedical Engineering, '19
Graduates typically earn:
(Based on the spring class of 2020 engineering degree graduates only)
- Aerospace Systems Engineering: $62,000 - $81,000
- Biomedical Engineering: $50,000 - $80,000
- Chemical Engineering: $47,507 - $140,000
- Civil Engineering: $50,000 - $67,000
- Computer Engineering: $59,000 - $123,000
- Corrosion Engineering: $47,361- $106,000
- Electrical Engineering: $48,000-$91,000
- Mechanical Engineering: $40,000 - $93,000
The Co-op and Placement Office regularly works with UA alumni. If you are making a career transition, we can connect you with new job opportunities.