Prospective Students

Students examine the vibrational spectra of ball bearings to determine their damage during mechanical engineering professor Doug Kelley’s Music, vibrations, and frequency analysis lab, part of the course ME 240: Fundamentals of Instrumentation & Measurement.

The world needs skilled engineers to help solve problems, big and small.

With the US Labor Bureau of Statistics projecting a faster than average growth for all engineering and architecture jobs, we know the need for skilled engineers will only continue to grow.

The Hajim School of Engineering & Applied Sciences will not only give you the foundation to succeed in engineering, but also the networking skills to secure the job of your dreams.

Hajim Alumni Career Outcomes

  • 96%Positive Career Outcome

    According to the Greene Center for Career Education and Connections, 60.4 percent of Hajim students report entering the workforce, 34 percent report continuing their education, and 1.3 percent join the military post-graduation.

  • $104,920Average Salary

    On average our graduates are earning $104,920 at their first destination after graduating. Some of the top employers include Google, Goldman Sachs, Amazon, EPIC Systems, and Microsoft.

Reach Out

  • Applying

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    Office of Admissions
  • Academics

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  • Advising

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    Hajim School Advisors