The College of Engineering offers a comprehensive set of undergraduate and graduate programs in most engineering disciplines, including aerospace, civil, computer, electrical, mechanical, software and systems engineering, as well as computer science. These programs are recognized for their rigor, innovation, hands-on approach and balance between theory and practice.
As the largest educator of aerospace engineers in the nation, the college plays a vital role in providing the current and future workforce for the aerospace industry, and maintaining our nation's preeminence in aviation and aerospace.
The college is consistently ranked among the top in its class, with graduates primarily employed in the aerospace, automotive, defense, energy and robotics industries.
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