Welcome to the College of Engineering
Welcome to the College of Engineering at the University of Maine where we are innovating our economic future.
As Maine’s leading engineering program, the college prepares an educated workforce, conducts research that turns knowledge into innovative solutions, and provides outreach that includes STEM initiatives.
The mission of the College of Engineering at the University of Maine is to produce the graduates and new technologies needed to move Maine’s economy forward. As a UMaine signature area, the College continues to play a vital role in our state and beyond and is a key element in assisting several other signature areas.
The College of Engineering at the University of Maine is Maine’s only educational institution to offer 11 ABET accredited engineering and engineering technology degree programs. Our reputation is known world-wide, our facilities are world-class, and our research contributes significantly to scientific discoveries and economic development in Maine and beyond. Innovating engineering excellence since 1865.
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Construction Engineering Technology
- Electrical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering Technology
- Engineering Physics
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Survey Engineering Technology
The current change of major policies for the College of Engineering (updated May 2017).
College of Engineering News
Diamond Offshore Wind, RWE Renewables join the University of Maine to lead development of Maine floating offshore wind demonstration project
Navatek and UMaine win $5M Navy contract for research into additive manufacturing for Navy vessels
Girls Engineer Maine (GEM) receives funding to recruit women engineers
UMaine receives patent for composite building products made with cellulose nanofibers
UMaine professors receive Department of Energy grant to design novel energy-storage materials
UMaine, UMass Amherst researchers bioengineering novel membrane to capture COVID-19 airborne droplets