The University of Cincinnati and College of Engineering and Applied Science are at the forefront of innovation in the 21st century. With the nation’s oldest cooperative education program, world-renowned faculty, state-of-the-art research facilities and a challenging, well-rounded curriculum, CEAS’s undergraduate program gives students the knowledge and skills to succeed in the engineering and technology field.
Our college is the birthplace of cooperative education. Around campus, you'll hear us refer to cooperative education as co-op. Co-op has been integrated into its curriculum for more than 100 years. Ranked number 1 among public universities, students graduate with one full year of industry experience.
The UC CEAS degree is an exceptional value.
Engineering is ranked No. 1 in Ohio for ROI
75% of co-op students receive a job offer from their co-op placement company.
US News and World Report ranks our co-op program #1 among public universities and #3 in the nation.
Students can choose either an industry or a research track co-op
Local, national, and international co-op positions are available
18:1 Student to faculty ratio
23 Average class size
At the Urban Core
Where is UC's College of Engineering & Applied Science? In the heart of Cincinnati, Ohio! Home to more Fortune 500s per capita than New York or L.A., robust opportunities exist for co-op placement and partnerships.
To provide a world-class educational experience in engineering, computing, and applied sciences from undergraduates through doctoral levels.
To expand the frontiers of knowledge and disseminate this information to the scientific community, industry, government, and the general public.
To foster partnerships with industry, the broader educational community, and local, state, and federal governments to expand excellence, access, and diversity.
Leading urban public colleges of engineering, computing, and applied sciences through education, experiential learning, and knowledge creation and dissemination into a new era of innovation and impact.