Welcome to the College of Engineering at the University of Maine


 

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.


College of Engineering at a Glance

805 of students participate in internships or co-ops during their time at UMaine.
170 nationwide companies present at the annual Engineering Job Fair.
$65k is the average starting salary for engineering graduates.

About Us

Research Focus Areas:

Advanced Materials for Offshore and Infrastructure

Ocean and Marine Engineering

Biorefining for Fuels, Materials, and Chemicals in Support of Industrial Pulp and Paper Production and Transformation

Biomedical Engineering

Wireless Sensing

Advanced Computing for Big Data

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Getting Started

Chemical engineering student with laptop in common area in Jenness Hall.
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Meet the Dean

UMaine engineering has a renowned reputation and students have the opportunity to do hands on projects and conduct meaningful research alongside internationally recognized faculty in such areas as renewable energy, biofuels, robotics, advanced materials, and biomedicine.

Dana N. Humphrey, Ph.D, P.E.
Dean, College of Engineering

 


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