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 2,445 students – 2,176 of whom are undergraduates. About 54.6% 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 2018.

The College offers undergraduate (BSE) engineering degrees in the following disciplines. 

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

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Roy J. Carver Department of Biomedical Engineering

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Chemical and Biochemical Engineering

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Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Electrical and Computer Engineering

Industrial and Systems Engineering

Industrial and Systems Engineering

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Mechanical Engineering

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Events

ME:6191 Graduate Seminar - Mohammad Naraghi, PhD

Thursday, February, 25 - 3:30 pm

Boosting Chemical Actuators by Architecture: Towards High Energy Capacity Artificial Muscles Abstract: Polymeric artificial muscles are great candidates to replace traditional rigid actuators due...

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What Every International Student Should Know About U.S. Employment

Thursday, February, 25 - 5:00 pm

Students of all majors and levels of study are welcome. “What Every International Student Should Know About U.S. Employment” Interested in hearing how H-1B...

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Bouncing Back in Times of Stress: Resiliency

Wednesday, March, 3 - 9:30 am

Academic Success Workshop: Bouncing Back in Times of Stress: Resiliency Learn about bouncing back from situations that do not go as planned and set a path towards success. The worksheets for this...

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