The College of Engineering and Computing offers you the chance to change the world

As an engineer or computer scientist you provide solutions to today's most pressing problems. You work on grand challenges from health care to environmentally friendly designs on systems that affect all of us both locally and globally.  Your education takes place at a residential school with nearly all our students living on campus or in town. This means lots of involvement for you in  campus life. Extracurricular involvement is an important part of Miami’s concept of a well-rounded education, as is the liberal arts education core. These aspects complement the more specialized courses in our majors and give students the skills to do well in a rapidly-changing world.


  • Student Ryan Ley presenting at the OSC Conference.

    Ryan Ley Only Undergraduate to Present at OSC Conference

    Ryan Ley was the only undergraduate invited to present, and won second place amongst many graduate and PhD students for his oral presentation. Congratulations, Ryan!

    Full story on the CEC Experience

  • Dean Dollar with three female engineering tennis players.

    Game, Set, Match

    Andreea Badileanu, Ana Rajkovic, and Anastasiia Vasiukhina all balance an athlete’s lifestyle with an engineering course load. Dean Marek Dollár got a glimpse of their busy lives when he visited their home court: the tennis court, that is. Read the rest of the article in The CEC Experience.

  • PSEF Logo

    The Paper Science & Engineering Foundation (PSEF) at Miami University recently awarded eight Bob and Barbara Williams Leadership Scholarships to students in the paper science and engineering curriculum who demonstrate superior leadership, creativity, and academic achievements. These prestigious awards are full tuition scholarships.

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    Read about the 5 highest paying degrees of 2015. Hint: Engineering is #1 and Computer Science is #2!


  • Discover Engineers Week, February 21-27, 2016.

    Engineers Week 2016

    Join the College of Engineering and Computing in celebrating Engineers Week! This years events include Can-Struction, talks by Chandra Brown and Dr. Barry Matthew Kudrowitz, Battle of the Brains and more. Visit the event page for more information.

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    CEC Recognition Ceremony

    The CEC Recognition Ceremony will be taking place May 14, 2016 at the Goggin Ice Center. For more information please visit the event page.

  • SWE offers tutoring to female students

    Society of Women Engineers poster for free tutoring. Female students receive one on one help in CEC courses.

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What is Kode2Learn?

Kode2Learn is a student organization at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. We organize and run events for kids in the Oxford area that promote teamwork and problem solving through the use of computer programming. At Kode2Learn Day 2015 we had over 70 children come out to the engineering building on campus to do 7 different programming an problem solving activities! It's not just about learning how to code, it's about learning how to learn.To learn more about our club please visit: