Science & Engineering Profile


Engineering at the university of delaware

AT A GLANCE

97of Coe graduates are employed or pursuing further education within six months of graduating*

Choose from majors in:
• Biomedical Engineering
• Chemical Engineering
• Civil Engineering
• Computer Engineering
• Computer Science
• Construction Engineering and Management
• Electrical Engineering
• Environmental Engineering
• Information Systems
• Materials Science and Engineering
• Mechanical Engineering

* UD Post-Graduation Plans Survey of 2018 bachelor’s degree graduates, National Student Clearinghouse, LinkedIn, and other sources in accordance with the National Association of Colleges and Employers First-Destination Survey Standards and Protocols

In the College of Engineering (COE) at the University of Delaware, we tackle tough problems. We do it every day. Our students work with faculty and industry leaders to build their ideas and bring them to life. At UD, you’ll have all the tools you need right at your fingertips. 

You’ll work side-by-side with renowned faculty in labs and makerspaces like our Design Studio, where you can prototype and test your designs, or our Cyber Range, where you can brainstorm solutions to challenges in cybersecurity.

Get involved
With 30 student organizations in the College of Engineering—and more than 400 at UD—you’ll have countless opportunities to meet new people, join professional societies, build your leadership skills, and form friendships that will last a lifetime.

Gain a global perspective
Winter Session is the perfect opportunity to earn course credit while traveling the world. Want to help the global community? Lend a hand in the developing world through globally focused student organizations such as Engineers Without Borders, which works with local leaders and technical experts to build wells and bridges across the world.

Launch your career
Gain valuable work experience through well-established internships and co-op programs. Take advantage of professional guidance and interview preparation, and participate in the many professional development and networking opportunities that are offered throughout the year.

Take your degree one step further
Choose one of our 4+1 programs and earn both a bachelor’s and master’s degree within five years.

UD Honors Program
At UD, we offer an Honors Program that allows ambitious students to take full advantage of the resources offered by a large research institution while giving you one-on-one attention from our world-class faculty. The UD Honors Program combines small class sizes with rigorous coursework to prepare you to become a scholar capable of tackling the toughest challenges of our day. Honors students also enjoy additional funding opportunities for field research and travel and are provided the chance to live in a collaborative honors community.

Focus on your success
According to MSNBC, UD is ranked a top 25 US public college that “Pays Off the Most.” In fact, 97% of our Engineering students are either employed or pursuing additional education within six months of graduation. (See udel.edu/outcomes for more details.)

Our success rate is high because UD is dedicated not only to ensuring our graduates have a top-quality education but that they have what they need to be successful beyond our campus. One way we do that is through our Scholars and Fellows programs, designed to help students think beyond their major and push the boundaries of their intellectual curiosity. These programs will keep you intellectually active while you develop specialized skills and career connections and strengthen your résumé. You can:
• Immerse yourself in global experiences beginning with your first semester abroad
• Receive funding to launch a start-up
• Engage in community initiatives
• Tackle the most pressing concerns of our day like cybersecurity
• Explore and advocate for new approaches to disability

More about the University of Delaware
At the University of Delaware, we challenge students to create new knowledge and innovations that will ensure a better future. Our students and faculty don’t just spend their time in the classroom—they get into the lab, the library, and the community to make their ideas a reality; they engineer bridges, advance cancer research, uncover history, and make history.