As an undergraduate in the School of MIME, you'll get a top-notch, hands-on engineering education – one that is solidly grounded in rigorous academics but whose learning opportunities extend far beyond classrooms and textbooks.
For example, as an engineering student in the School of MIME, you can:
Work with MIME faculty on cutting-edge research in sustainable energy, health care, lean manufacturing, nanomaterialsdevelopment, and other efforts focused on preserving the earth's resources and improving the quality of life for people around the world.
Gain valuable workplace experience by participating in MECOP or another internship program.
Enter a design project in an international competition.
Join our award-winning robotics, Global Formula Racing, or Baja SAE team.
Get involved in the professional society for your major.
Work as a CoE ambassador or peer tutor
Volunteer internationally with Engineers without Borders.
And much, much more.
To learn about our degree programs, the many extracurricular opportunities available to you as an MIME undergraduate, and options for financing your engineering education, visit these links: