Programs

The College of Engineering is one of 11 Colleges that comprise The University of Iowa. With educational courses dating back over 100 years, the College today has an enrollment of approximately 2,482 students – 2,206 of whom are undergraduates. About 52% of the engineering undergraduates are residents of Iowa. Women make up more than 27% of all undergrads in Engineering@Iowa and more than 25% of the engineering incoming first-year students in fall 2017  -- much higher than the national average of 20%.

The College offers undergraduate (BSE) engineering degrees in the following disciplines.  The Fall 2017 number of undergrads by major:

Learn more about each program below.

Iowa City ranks among the nation's best college towns in countless surveys and studies based on our quality of life, cost of living, and earning potential for young professionals. In fact, Forbes ranks the University of Iowa as one of the top 10 best college cities to live in and Best College Towns rank the University of Iowa #9 in the top 50 best college towns in America. Because of our diverse and large student boad, Iowa City is a vibrant, cultured, accessible, and fun college town. 

Learn more about our Graduate Programs below. 

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Our Departments

Power Plant

Biomedical Engineering

Chemical and Biochemical Engineering

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Industrial and Systems Engineering

Industrial and Systems Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

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Events

Chemical & Biochemical Engineering Graduate Seminar Presentation - Dr. Robert Levy

Thursday, November, 15 - 3:30 pm

Dr. Robert Levy, Research Physical Scientist in the Climate and Radiation Laboratory at NASA, will be presenting at the Chemical and Biochemical Engineering graduate seminar.

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CBE Undergraduate Professional Seminar - Nalco Water/Ecolab

Thursday, November, 15 - 5:00 pm

Austin Bourgeois and Josh Galliart from Nalco Water/Ecolab will be presenting at the CBE Undergraduate Professional Seminar on Thursday, November 15th at 5:00pm.  We hope to see you there!

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The Science of Bees! with Kristine Nemec

Sunday, November, 18 - 2:00 pm

In conjunction with The Fragile Bee exhibit, Kristine Nemec from the Tall Grass Prairie Center through the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls will be speaking on the science of bees. Topics...

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