Welcome to the KU Engineering Career Center web site!
Our goal is to provide all engineering students and interested alumni with information, resources and opportunities to enhance their career development, as well as assist them in successfully connecting with employers or graduate/professional school programs, so they may confidently pursue their desired career goals.
Expand your understanding of self by exploring interests, skills, and personality traits.
The Engineering Career Center offers Individual Career Advising appointments on a year round basis. Please contact email@example.com or (785) 864-3891 to schedule an appointment.
For students who would like to explore careers beyond the engineering or computing areas, career related services are available through other Career Centers on campus. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (785) 864-3891 for information as to which service might best meet your need.
Kansas Career Pipeline - a web-based career assessment program to explore interests and occupational options. This program is free for KU School of Engineering students.
Explore the work world and expand your knowledge of occupations and career possibilities.
- Engineering Disciplines (Sloan Career Cornerstone) - Use this site to check out what a "Day in the Life" of an engineer or computer scientist is like.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
- O'Net Skills Search
- Career Guide to Industries
- Engineering Disciplines (ASEE)
Explore KU undergraduate majors in engineering and computing fields and the types of courses you would take for a Bachelor of Science degree.
The Engineering Career Center can assist you with the names of individuals working in a field or industry you would like more information about. Consider setting up an Informational Interview.
Jayhawks on the Job
Participate in a job shadow with an engineering or computing company that aligns with your major and interest. The Jayhawks on the Job program is typically held during an afternoon over winter break, and is a great opportunity to get a first-hand look at what an engineer does on a daily basis.
Wondering where KU students go after graduation?
Choices made by engineering or computing students graduating with a Bachelor's Degree: