Friday, March 6, Featuring Electrical & Computer; Civil & Environmental; and Interdisciplinary Engineering in Chemical, Industrial Systems, Materials Science, and Packaging Engineering
Friday, March 27, Featuring Biomedical Engineering and Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Saturday, April 4, New Brunswick Admitted Student Open House
Friday, April 17, Featuring Mechanical & Aerospace; Biomedical; Civil & Environmental; and Interdisciplinary Engineering in Chemical, Industrial Systems, Materials Science, and Packaging Engineering
Wednesday, April 22, Featuring Electrical & Computer Engineering Senior Design Day
Read below for event descriptions and details.
Sign-ups are first come, first served. Make sure to reserve your spot as soon as possible. Please note, students are allowed only one guest due to limited spaces. We look forward to seeing you at one of our Admitted Student Events!
To register, click here. Then select, Admitted Student Programs - Admitted Student Academic Tours. Multiple programs are available on each day, please select the desired option carefully.
Full bus tour? You can still join us for the afternoon academic engineerings sessions here.
At an Academic Admitted Student Tour you can expect to meet current students and professors to discuss their experiences at Rutgers as well as take a tour of a specific department. The itinerary will also include a presentation from the School of Engineering, a student panel and a 5-campus Bus Tour with Admissions. On each date, there will be a separate Engineering Honors Academy Admitted Student session with the Honors Dean and students. All admitted students can choose one of these five options when registering (please note available dates for each option). The day will start at the Visitors Center at 10:00 a.m. and end at the School of Engineering by 3:30 p.m.
Biomedical Engineering (Available on: 2/14, 3/27, 4/17)
Biomedical engineers design prostheses, artificial organs, and pharmaceutical products. They also advance the manufacturing of diagnostic and therapeutic devices and imaging equipment for the medical field. Undergraduate students in biomedical engineering have access to state-of-the-art labs and facilities, research opportunities and internships that compliment coursework and provide industry experience. Attendees will learn more about the curricula and hear from current faculty and students about the opportunities at Rutgers.
Civil and Environmental Engineering (Available on: 2/21, 3/6, 4/17)
Civil engineers design and create virtually all infrastructure, from bridges and highways to airports and sewage treatment facilities. Within civil engineering, there can a be a wide range of specialization and attendees will hear about the curricula and tour research labs to gain insight into what is available to them as a Rutgers student. We will also cover the environmental engineering degree option.
Electrical and Computer Engineering (Available on: 2/21, 3/6)
Electrical and computer engineers work in a rapidly developing field that encompasses computer systems and software engineering, information processing and systems, and nanotechnology. This program provides students with expertise in a wide range of areas and attendees will hear about the curricula and see student demos and research labs to gain insight into what is available to them as a Rutgers student.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Senior Design Day (Available on 4/22)
The Capstone Design Course is the culmination of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Student’s undergraduate degree. Senior students gain design experience in team-oriented projects involving one discipline or interweaving multiple areas in electrical and computer engineering. In addition to already amassed theoretical knowledge, projects require application of standards and realistic engineering constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability. The Capstone students are joined by faculty, fellow students, family and industry advisors to present and demonstrate their projects.
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (Available on: 2/14, 3/27, 4/17)
As some of the broadest fields in engineering, mechanical and aerospace engineering extends into a wide range of industries including robotics, energy generation, and naval development. Our students acquire basic principles in design, analysis, and modeling and attendees will hear about the curricula and tour research labs to gain insight into what is available to them as a Rutgers student.
Interdisciplinary Engineering (Available on: 2/21, 3/6, 4/17)
Students will participate in a discussion regarding the diverse nature of the engineering curricula and career opportunities with engineering professors from each of the departments listed below. Afterwards, they will have a chance to visit the departments featured on the panel.
Participating departments include: Chemical Engineering, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Materials Science Engineering, and Packaging Engineering
Open House (4/4)
The School of Engineering will be participating in the Rutgers University Admitted Student Open House. If you are not able to make it to any of the events listed above, this is a great event for admitted students. You will get to visit various departments and see other University partners and student services across campus. For more details, please go to http://soe.rutgers.edu/openhouse.