We offer Bachelors, Masters, and PhD degrees in Bioengineering, Bioinformatics, Chemical Engineering, Civil & Materials Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Energy Engineering, Engineering Management, Engineering Physics, and Mechanical & Industrial Engineering.
- Call Rose Cappola-Conroy at 312-355-5174. We have 20+ engineering professional societies and design teams active on campus. We will connect you to the most appropriate organization to meet your recruitment and on-campus engagement needs.
- Meet engineering students at the annual Engineering Career Fair in February.
- Send one of your company representatives to mentor students at our Résumé Expo each fall or Engineering Career Prep Day workshops each spring.
- Sponsor or judge a project at the annual UIC Engineering Expo in April.
Yes. On average, UIC undergraduate engineering students earn between $15-$25 per hour. Graduate students typically earn more pay based off of more experience and a more developed skill set.
UIC has one of the most diverse student bodies in the United States. One third of the university’s freshmen identify as first-generation college students and one-third of freshmen indicate that English is not their first language. UIC students report more than 50 different first languages.
- Location: UIC is located five minutes from downtown Chicago. Our central location makes it convenient for employers to recruit and for students to work while in school.
- Flexibility: Your project needs can be met, whether you require short-term or long-term interns or prefer a structured co-op program.
- Expertise: UIC is a premier, public, urban research university. Currently, the College of Engineering has over $75 million of research and development grants in force.