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.


  • Engineers Without Borders Goes to Uganda

    Over spring break Miami University EWB sent two students, Becca Kheiry and Brent Reichert, to Kabingo, Uganda to determine how they can help provide clean water to the area. With the help of professional mentors from EWB, they completed a hydrogeology study to evaluate which areas are most likely to contain ground water so as to establish a clean water source. 

    To learn more about the trip and what EWB is planning to do to help Kabingo, read the full story.

  • Miami Students Win Second Place in DOE Competition

    A team of Miami engineering, architecture, and interior design majors got 2nd place in the Department of Energy Race to Zero competition in their category with their design for a high performance, low energy, off-campus student apartment complex. The team impressed judges with their use of multiple renewable energy sources and low overall energy costs. Read the full story.

  • Miami University Ranked 7th in Software Engineering Programs

    According to College Choice, Miami University has the 7th best software engineering program in the US. The reasons Miami University was ranked so highly include Miami’s persisting excellence in undergraduate education, accessible full-time faculty teaching classes, the ability for students to specialize within a field, and the potential for students to find work in software engineering on Miami’s campus. To learn more about why Miami ranked so highly, read the full story.

  • Dr. Stephen Keller Wins Prestigious Harris O. Ware Award

    Dr. Steve Keller of the CPB Department won the prestigious Harris O. Ware award, which will be presented to him at the upcoming TAPPI PaperCon in Minneapolis, MN on April 25, 2017. The award is granted to those who provide remarkable advancements in paper technology. To learn more about the work that earned Dr. Keller this award, read the full story.


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    Girls Who Code Workshops

    Summer coding workshops for high school and middle school girls from July 31st to August 11th. Scholarships available, no experience necessary.

    Click here for more information or to apply now.

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    CEC Recognition Ceremony

    324 degrees were awarded at the CEC Recognition Ceremony on May 13, 2017 at the Goggin Ice Center. For more information please visit the event page.


  • Check out this film focusing on the human impact of engineering!

  • Check out some of our 2016 senior design winners!

  • Video by the CEC Student Advisory Committee

  • Let the College of Engineering and Computing help you apply what you've learned to the outside world!

  • 2017 Recognition Ceremony

    Powerful messages to our graduating students!