100% job placement rate
UToledo students with a computer science and engineering degree are in high demand in this growing field.
Learn more about the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Engineering Department.
Artificial intelligence, cyber security — these are hot fields today. (See Bill Gates’ essay about the three careers he’d pursue if he went to college today.) And they’re just the kinds of topics you’ll study in UToledo’s computer science and engineering program.
Our students get comprehensive, well-rounded educations in the fundamental theory and application of computer science and engineering. They explore how modern computer science interacts with new technologies. UToledo’s CSE majors learn to design, construct, operate and maintain computer hardware and software.
UToledo’s computer science and engineering graduates are in high demand. We have a 100% job placement rate for our graduates. That’s right – every CSE graduate gets a job, many with employers our grads worked for during their co-ops.
Change is a constant in this field. Employers know that UToledo graduates understand theory and application. They love that our innovative students have a full year of co-op experience.
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UToledo CSE graduates have been accepted to prestigious graduate schools, including:
Jeffrey Liedel, an engineer at General Motors Company, was the lead engineer for development of the OnStar system. Currently, he works in GM’s electric vehicle development program.
James Stegeman has worked at NASA for 29 years, the last 10 in space communications. He is the SCaN technology manager, as well as the manager of architecture and standards development for NASA’s Space Communications and Navigation program at Glenn Research Center.
Paul M. Tyma, PhD, is the founder and chief technical officer of Refresh, Inc. This Silicon Valley startup has raised $10 million in venture funding.
UToledo’s program provides students with a solid foundation in mathematics, science and engineering. Classes range from computer security and open-source software development to cyber security and data science.
All of UToledo's engineering students spend a minimum of three semesters working in the field. This mandatory co-op experience provides real-world experience and a paycheck. Our Career Development Center has placed students in 44 states and 36 countries.