Academics

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Miami University’s College of Engineering and Computing offers a variety of programs that provide great options for your future.

We provide an excellent undergraduate education in many ways – from hands-on lab and project experience, to the research opportunities available to students, and the attention of our faculty who make undergraduate teaching their top priority. The technical experiences provided by the College of Engineering and Computing are enhanced and complemented by Miami’s foundation in liberal education. These factors make our programs, and our graduates, stand out nationally.

U.S. News and World Report's "Best Colleges 2019" guidebook ranked Miami's College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) 30 of 205 schools for its undergraduate engineering program with no doctorate program.

You can see the success of our students. Graduates who wish to continue their education receive admission to the top graduate programs in the country. Those who decide to enter business and industry upon graduation often receive several job offers (many for leadership positions), prior to receiving their diplomas.

For 2017-2018 CEC Miami Graduates, 97.1% of them either had a job or had entered a graduate program. The average salary was $62,501 and the median was $63,700. (Data from Institutional Research First Destinations 17-18 Oxford Campus Bachelor's Graduates report)

We offer great opportunities if you want more options for your future!