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The study of engineering is, in a way, the study of the future. Anticipating the needs of others. Improving communities. Dreaming up new advances and then getting busy to make them a reality. It’s about benefiting humankind by coming together to solve problems and eliminate challenges that hold us back. By studying engineering at UD, nothing will hold you back. You’ll have countless opportunities to apply your curiosity, ingenuity and entrepreneurial spirit in the lab and in the professional world. But first, you have to enroll.


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84.51°, BMW Manufacturing Co., Boeing, BP, Cummins, Dubai Green Project, Eaton Corporation, Emerson, Ford Motor Company, GE Aviation, GE Healthcare, Honda, International Paper, Johnson & Johnson, Joy Global, NASA, National Air and Space Intelligence Center, Parker Hannifin, PPG Aerospace, The J.M. Smucker Company, The Walt Disney Company

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From researching better designs for all-terrain wheelchairs as part of a National Science Foundation program, to helping turn an old parking lot into a new sustainable garden with The Foodbank Inc., to creating solar refrigeration devices in developing nations, you’ll have countless opportunities to engage in work you’re passionate about so you can take the first step at making a difference in people’s lives.


At UD, learning always extends far beyond the classroom. You could work with engineers from Emerson on heating and cooling projects in the Helix Innovation Center located right on campus. You could travel the globe with ETHOS to use your engineering skills for humanitarian purposes. And you could find an incredible engineering co-op that provides a paycheck as well as real-world experience. Our commitment to experiential learning is one of the reasons we’re ranked No. 14 “Best Schools for Internships” in the nation by The Princeton Review.