The College of Engineering is committed to student success. It begins with programs for first-year students and continues through advising, internships, research, and capstone programs.
Academic advising fosters close contact between students and their faculty advisors.
Most senior engineering students work in small teams on real-world, industry-specific challenges that demand analysis, proposals, prototypes, and solutions.
The Career Development Center offers a wide range of services to help you launch a successful career: one-on-one counseling, events, workshops, and resources.
Celebrating the academic achievements of our students.
First-year program: Integrated Freshman Experience
Introduction to Engineering & Computing is a course for first-year students, providing experiences across the engineering disciplines and focusing on the skills essential to success in any engineering major.
Internships & co-op programs
Our internship and co-op programs place students on the road to a rewarding future as they learn, earn money, and gain hands-on experience.
Faculty members offer exciting opportunities for students to participate in research at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.