At the University of Iowa, our students are innovators and creators. They forge ahead and push new boundaries in the fields of technology and engineering. As an undergrad, you won’t be doing grunt work while grad students and faculty get to play around with an advanced virtual reality simulator. From the day you step foot on campus, we’ll prepare and inspire you to get real-life experience that no textbook can replicate. Fabrication shops. Advanced computing labs. One-of-a-kind simulators and modeling technologies. At Iowa, everything you need is at your fingertips. 

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Chemical and biochemical engineers combine engineering principles with knowledge of mathematics, chemistry, biological sciences, and physics to...
Civil engineering is about community service, development, and improvement. It involves the conception, planning, design, construction, and operation...
A degree in computer science develops competence in programming principles and methodologies, problem-solving techniques, mathematics, computer...
The Computer Science and Engineering degree prepares students to work in the full range of career options pursued by computer engineering and...
Electrical engineering is at the core of many technologies that we take for granted, including wireless communication, electrical power, consumer...
Environmental engineers apply engineering principles to design systems that control pollution and protect public health. They restore air, soil, and...
Industrial and systems engineering is concerned with the analysis, design, and implementation of systems through optimal use of resources--human,...
Mechanical engineering is concerned with the energy, manufacturing, and design of machines. Design, which involves analyzing needs and designing...