When they graduate, Iowa engineers have real-world experience that gives them both the hard technical skills and the soft interpersonal skills they need to make a difference in your organization. Our graduates have a reputation of hitting the ground running from day one and being excellent communicators and team players. Our students are intelligent, well-rounded problem solvers. They are also Big Ten athletes, Hawkeye Marching Band performers, student organization leaders, musicians, artists and and dancers, fraternity and sorority members, entrepreneurs, international travelers, hosptial workers, volunteers, researchers and more. We encourage students to be an "engineer...and something more" and pursue interests in areas outside of engineering to develop the transferrable skills our employer partners deem critical. We invite you to learn more about our college and see how Iowa engineers can help make a difference in your organization.
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With over 2200 undergraduate and 300 graduate students from 5 academic departments (Biomedical, Chemical and Biochemical, Civil and Environmental, Electrical and Computer, and Industrial and Mechanical Engineering), our students gain a broad understanding of their engineering discipline while taking advanced coursework to achieve exposure and depth of study in an area that is complementary to their degree.