The world needs more Complete Engineers.
Nebraska’s unique Complete Engineer® program gives our students a competitive advantage for their future careers by becoming well-rounded professionals.
Building for your Future
Opening for classes in Spring 2024, the $115 million Kiewit Hall is dedicated to your undergraduate engineering education and experience, with specialized classrooms and labs, creative maker spaces, one-stop student services, and much more.Watch the construction
Discover your Specialty
Work with engaged faculty to find success in your areas of interest, whether it's pursuing a career or graduate school.
Doing Big Things
When the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Speech and Debate Team earned its first national championship, three students from the College of Engineering were key contributors to the Lincoln Douglas Debate victory.Read about their experience
Cutting-edge research starts early
Conducting innovative research with internationally recognized faculty opens doors for future careers and your choice of graduate schools.
Saving lives during natural disasters
A massive derecho in Iowa last year caused $7.5 billion in damage and four deaths. Engineering faculty are working to improve infrastructure to make communities safer from natural hazardsHusker researcher studies derecho impact with eye toward improving silo design
Stay on track for success
The college’s professional advisors and faculty advisors focus on students’ success to ensure they are prepared for their future careers or graduate school.
Exclusive coaching service for our students
As well as learning solid technical knowledge and skills, students work closely with career coaches to help secure internships research opportunities, attend career development events, and network with professionals throughout their time at Nebraska.Every student and every interaction matters
Centered in a thriving hub of engineering, computing and construction
Our students are sought after by companies in Nebraska and nationally for internships – and jobs - due to the advanced technical knowledge they receive, along with a focus on other specific competencies that provide a well-rounded professional.
Focusing on developing students as Complete Engineers®
“We’re putting more of an emphasis on not only giving students the technical skills to solve problems but providing the non-technical skills they need.” - Dr. Hunter FlodmanFrom hands-on classroom learning to research with faculty, you'll gain new knowledge to prepare you for what's next.
Join a community where you are supported and celebrated
Discover vast opportunities to connect with peers in engineering and other majors, through classes, clubs and organizations, social events, study sessions, learning communities, and social events.
NASA works with students on HAB launch, other projects
The Nebraska Aerospace Club helps connect Nebraska Engineering and the aerospace industry with six different design teams for students from any discipline.Design Build Fly. Lunabotics. Rocketry. Rocketry Project 100k. RockSat. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.