Our student body is as diverse as the seven departments that form our college. We believe the College of Engineering has a positive effect on the young people who come to the Capstone to pursue an education.
Working in partnership with programs across campus, 3D printing in The Cube, and driving innovation on competition teams- Engineering offers many hands on learning opportunities.
Work with other students across campus to tackle difficult problems in industry, community and society or find your passion with a cooperative education and internship program and get job experience.
Co-op is a dynamic academic program that offers students opportunities for professional experience before graduation. Students participate in alternating periods of full-time employment and full-time study.
The College offers several options for studying and serving internationally. You can learn about renewable energy in Spain, environmental engineering in Austria or chemical engineering in Denmark, to name just a few.
Join research teams working with cutting-edge technology to understand and solve some of the problems facing society. Whether you want to be a researcher or practicing engineer or developer, research enhances your education.
The Emerging Scholars Program is an exciting opportunity for students at the University of Alabama to help get involved in research with a faculty mentor in their chosen field. The mission of the Emerging Scholars Program is to improve, enrich student learning, and nurture student success.
Working while in college not only helps students finance their education, it also assists in developing essential job and life-long learning skills, and provides opportunities to network and connect with faculty, staff, and fellow students who can help with the transition to life at UA.
Explore opportunities to earn merit-based academic scholarships from the College of Engineering and UA. UA’s consolidated scholarship application includes all scholarships provided through the College of Engineering. Separate application for the Engineering Scholarship Program is not required.
Four-year merit-based scholarship packages are awarded to incoming engineering freshmen.
View the policies for getting a scholarship from the College of Engineering.
Student Financial Aid provides comprehensive information and services regarding opportunities to finance the cost of education at The University of Alabama.
With our Top 60 public ranking in US News & World Report, our graduate programs provide a launching pad for your professional career.
The dedicated career consulting team for the College of Education provides support for resume preparation, application and interview assistance, networking guidance, mock interviews, and other resources to strengthen your internship, Co-op, and postgraduate job searches.