2,176

Undergraduates

> 27 %

Women Undergrads

Women make up more than 25% of the engineering incoming first-year students in fall 2018

54.6 %

Undergraduate Iowa Residents

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

Learn more about each undergraduate and graduate program below.

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Events

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Engineering Graduate Thesis Boot Camp

Wednesday, May 18 9:00am to Thursday, May 19, 2022 4:30pm
Seamans Center
2 Day Workshop (May 18 & 19) - Registration includes both days This full 2-Day Workshop Features: Dedicated Writing Time Optional Workshops on editing, formatting, creating citations, and a few others. One-on-one support from Engineering Library, Writing Center, and Graduate College. Thesis Boot Camp: What is it? Thesis Boot Camp is a multi-day workshop which provides current engineering and computer science graduate students with the opportunity to spend two days dedicated to making...

REDCap Advanced

Wednesday, May 18, 2022 10:00am to 11:00am
Virtual
This course assumes participants have a basic understanding of building instruments and surveys in REDCap. This training will cover advanced features of REDCap instruments and fields. We'll demonstrate how action tags can perform an action on a field, how data can be piped from one field to another, how using biomedical ontologies can standardize your data, and how to use validated instruments from the shared library. This will also cover the longitudinal module and using smart variables to...
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Improv Theatre for Communication Skills Drop-In Sessions

Wednesday, May 18, 2022 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Iowa Memorial Union (IMU)
Do you want to feel more comfortable with public speaking, teaching, and presentations? Join other graduate students and postdocs for improvisation drop-in sessions where we will use improv theatre games to help you improve your confidence in public speaking, answering questions, and communicating your research to broad audiences.  Sessions will be led by Lisa Kelly, Associate Artistic Director of Theatre Cedar Rapids and the UI CIRTL Coordinator, and Kristy Hartsgrove Mooers, UI Theatre...
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