Short for Maine, ME is a state located in United States of America. On this site, we offer detailed profile of top engineering schools in the state of Maine. Please follow the links below to find admissions information of each college of engineering in Maine or see brief enrollment information on the following table.
- Countryaah.com: Alphabetical list of all counties, boroughs, and parishes in Maine. Plus top counties by population based on Census data from Maine. Check localcollegeexplorer for 2-year and 4-year colleges and universities in Maine.
Engineering schools in Maine offer a variety of degree programs, ranging from bachelor’s to doctoral degrees. The University of Maine has the state’s only accredited engineering school, offering degrees in aerospace engineering, biomedical engineering, civil engineering, electrical and computer engineering, and mechanical engineering. Maine Maritime Academy offers a four-year ABET-accredited degree in marine engineering technology. Additionally, Husson University offers a bachelor’s degree program in electrical and electronics engineering technology. Students interested in pursuing an online education can find several options as well; the University of Maine offers an online Master of Science in Engineering Management program.
|2022-2023 Enrollment||5796 AMC Ste 200, Orono, ME 04469|
|Total graduate engineering enrollment||151|
|Master’s degree full-time||52|
|Master’s degree part-time||18|
|Total number of master’s graduates||42|
|Percent international master’s graduates||31.0%|
|Percent minority master’s graduates||4.8%|
|Percent female master’s graduates||14.3%|
|Total number of Ph.D. graduates||6|
|Percent international Ph.D. graduates||16.7%|
|Percent minority Ph.D. graduates||0.0%|
|Percent female Ph.D. graduates||16.7%|
|Programs/courses offered||biomedical, chemical, civil, computer engineering, computer science, electrical, engineering science and engineering physics, environmental, mechanical, other|