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CEAS High School
Transcript of CEAS High School
+ Conceptualization - "How do I come up with ideas?"
+ Commercialization - "How do I get my idea to market?"
+ Change - "How is my idea going to impact the world?"
- Choose one area or a hybrid track of all three
- Adds NO TIME to degree - - Just take the proper BoK courses
"Research is the process of going up
alleys to see if they are blind."
Research expenditures at UC CEAS are in excess of $20 million per year and increase at about 10 percent rate annually.
There are currently over 500 funded research awards in progress in the College.
Research co-ops are available too!
WHY SHOULD I
GO TO THE
UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI
computer controlled equipment
University of Cincinnati
College of Engineering
& Applied Science
Department of Civil & Architectural Engineering and Construction Management
& Engineering Mechanics
of Electrical Engineering and Computing Systems
Biomedical, Chemical, &
Merriam-Webster: the application of science and mathematics by which the properties of matter and the sources of energy in nature are made useful to people
WHAT IS AN
Not Sure Which To Go In To?
WHAT SKILLS DOES AN ENGINEER NEED?
What do BME's do?
- Develop technologies related to health care diagnosis, monitoring, and therapy
- Medical Device Innovation & Research Translation tracks
What do ChemE's do?
Convert raw materials and chemicals
into more valuable forms
and develop new
products and materials.
What do EnvE's do?
Improve natural environment
through waste water
disposal, pollution control,
sustainability and managing
public health issues
What do AE's do?
Work alongside architects
to design structures
that are both
What do CE's do?
-Design the infrastructure of society
-Specialty areas in transportation, structural,
environmental, and geotechnical
What do Construction
Optimize the use of manpower,
materials, and resources
Fire & Safety
What do AsE's do?
Design, analyze, model, simulate, and
test aircraft, spacecraft, satellites,
missiles, and rockets
What do ME's do?
Analyze and design mechanical systems,
machinery and heating
and cooling systems
What do MET's do?
Analyze, install, repair, test
and manufacture machinery
and mechanical devices
What do CS's do?
-Design and develop computer
software and programs
-Learn to organize and manipulate
data, numbers and information
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What do CompE's do?
What do EE's do?
Develop and innovate products in regards to electricity, electronics, and
What do EET's do?
Repair, install, test, and produce electronic equipment, manage electric power generation and transmission
open study areas, a tutoring
center, and a cafe
Up to two
semesters to decide and meet requirements of desired program
different areas and have time to adjust to collegiate life with support from CEAS faculty, staff, & students
Alumni Engineering Learning Center
The numbers say:
18:1 Student-faculty Ratio
23: Average Class Size
3,500 CEAS Undergrad Students
43,000 UC's Total Enrollment
Others are saying:
Top 25 Research University (
National Science Foundation
4th in the US for Co-Op (
US News & World Report
One of the World's Most Beautiful Campuses (
Top 100 Research Library (
Association of Research Libraries
Among top schools in US (
"Best 373 Colleges" - Princeton Review
We invented it!
Gain real-world experience before you graduate!
$45,000 - $55,000
4th in Nation
(US News &
Division of Professional Practice helps advise students on how to find, apply, and interview for the co-op they want!
Industry or Research Tracks Available
So what kind of co-op experience can you get?
Check out what some of our students have done recently!
Richard Wolf trained to become a flight controller for NASA Mission Control at the Johnson Space Center.
Casey Reed helped to perfect a surgical technique used during fetal heart surgery to correct congenital heart defects.
Anne Hayward assisted
with “turnaround” at Marathon Petroleum during which time the Vacuum Distillation Tower and other units were shut down for maintenance and cleaning.
Andrew Zwolinski used rock climbing techniques to inspect bridges in Alaska and Oregon.
Andrew Sampson worked at NASA Kennedy Space Center, on a "Tiger Team" to fix Space Shuttle Discovery's fuel sensor problem.
While working with the Transportation Research Center Inc., Lance Kelly conducted impact testing.
- Earn both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in about 5 years
- Includes at least one year of co-op
- Flexibility in the degree combinations available
Business track – Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Technical track – MS Engineering or MEng
Education track - MEd of Curriculum & Instruction
Departments within the College of Engineering & Applied Science maintain a number of research laboratories, including:
Kuka robot in one of the Biomedical Engineering Labs
Clean Room Lab in Electrical & Computer Engineering
Large Scale Test Facility for Civil Engineering Students
And many more...
The College of Engineering
& Applied Science Offers:
The Rowe Center For Women
E3 - Emerging Ethnic Engineers
Alumni Learning Center
CEAS Female-only lounge
Other support services for female students include SWE, WISE, & WomEngineer Welcome
Take freshmen courses with core group of 20 students
Form study groups with classmates
Get to know faculty & other academic resources
Designed to engage and immerse freshmen in the dynamic nature of engineering
Free tutoring available
Small / large group spaces for team projects
Faculty & Staff help keep you on track, well-prepared, and happy in your degree program!
Tau Beta Pi
Basic Utility Vehicle
Associated Builders & Contractors
ChemE Car Team
One week each year, CEAS unites to celebrate
An annual celebration of engineering and technology
Baseball's first lighting system
Engineered & Built
the Golden Gate Bridge
Developed the Les Paul model &
Past President of Gibson Guitar Corp
OJ Frozen Concentrate, Sunlamps, Preparation H, Aspercreme
Father of the
Ronald Bruce Howes, Sr
Inventor of the Easy Bake Oven
Inventor of the
could be next...
High School Classes
Find Extra $$$
Getting in to an Engineering or Engineering Tech Program
1 year of Physics 1 year of Chemistry
4 years of Math
(Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus or Calculus)
Average CEAS – 28 ACT / 1240 SAT (math and critical reading)
Scores must be sent directly from testing agency.
Start applying to college as early as mid-August of your senior year.
Follow-up with your counselor EARLY, be aware of DEADLINES, and keep a calendar to track them.
UC'S DEADLINE FOR PRIORITY ADMISSION & FINANCIAL AID - DECEMBER 1
Know the scholarships the colleges and universities offer and how to apply for them.
Be aware of all scholarship deadlines!
Look for other scholarship opportunities - alumni scholarships, minority scholarships, engineering society scholarships.
Fastweb, Cincinnati Scholarship Foundation, & Google are GREAT resources.
... and then after all that
hard work in high school,
you'll be off to college
as a well-prepared student!
Schedule at: www.admissions.uc.edu
Small group tours held most Tuesdays and Fridays
Custom tours available:
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Like us on Facebook!
Follow us on Twitter!
@UC_CEAS & use #WeEngineerBetter
WANT TO TAKE A CLOSER LOOK?
that which already is;
Engineers create that
which has never been.''
Certificate of Innovation Transformation
BS in Chemical Engineering + UC Forward Certificate Innovation Transformation with a 3.7 GPA
"My UC Forward work with a political science student inspired me to use my coursework to help solve a growing global challenge with fresh-water supplies."
"I co-oped at Aquatech and asked to work in their desalination division."
"My UC Forward team won the South African design contest in low-cost desalination for sea-side villages. We then co-founded a water treatment company and were bought by Aquatech in 2013 for $750,000."
"I became the Chief Technology Officer at Aquatech four years after graduation. Because of the rapidly emerging need for desalination technology, the company has grown from 55 engineers to more than 3000 across 6 global offices by 2020."
BS in Chemical Engineering with a 3.25 GPA
"I co-oped at Aqua Tech and took a high-paying job there upon graduation where I now work as a city water treatment engineer"
But with UC3, Sarah's story could be a little different...
Start in our Department of Engineering Education
Andrew Fraser, AE,
worked on a drafting
project for a major