Top Engineering Schools in Nebraska

Short for Nebraska, NE is a state located in United States of America. On this site, we offer detailed profile of top engineering schools in the state of Nebraska. Please follow the links below to find admissions information of each college of engineering in Nebraska or see brief enrollment information on the following table.

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Engineering schools in Nebraska offer a variety of programs to students who are interested in pursuing an engineering career. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is the state’s flagship university and offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in a range of engineering disciplines. UNL also has a nationally recognized research program, with faculty members conducting research in areas such as aerospace, biomedical, computer, electrical, mechanical, and materials engineering.

The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) offers several engineering degree programs including Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. The school also has an Innovation Campus and is home to the Omaha Maker Group, which provides resources for makers and innovators to build projects.

Nebraska Wesleyan University (NWU) offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering as well as minors in Computer Science and Robotics & Automation. The program includes coursework on topics such as thermodynamics, dynamics/kinematics/vibrations, heat transfer/fluid mechanics, materials science/manufacturing processes, and electrical circuits/electronics.

Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture (NCTA) provides students with an Associate’s Degree or Certificate Program in Agricultural Engineering Technology which focuses on topics like soil management systems design; farm power equipment; irrigation systems design; agricultural structures design; agricultural mechanization; precision agriculture; crop production systems; agribusiness management systems and more.

University of Nebraska Lincoln College of Engineering

University of Nebraska Lincoln College of Engineering

2022-2023 Enrollment 200 LW Chase Hall, Lincoln, NE 68583
Total graduate engineering enrollment 552
Master’s degree full-time 190
Master’s degree part-time 106
Ph.D. full-time 256
Ph.D. part-time 0
2019 Graduates
Total graduates 161
Total number of master’s graduates 128
Percent international master’s graduates 10.2%
Percent minority master’s graduates 25.0%
Percent female master’s graduates 21.9%
Total number of Ph.D. graduates 33
Percent international Ph.D. graduates 72.7%
Percent minority Ph.D. graduates 9.1%
Percent female Ph.D. graduates 12.1%
Program Offerings
Programs/courses offered agricultural, architectural, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer engineering, computer science, electrical, engineering management, engineering science and engineering physics, environmental, manufacturing, materials, mechanical, other