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Opportunities & Activities
National honor societies, professional organizations, service clubs, sororities and fraternities — The School of Engineering provides students with opportunities to learn and achieve outside of the classroom. We recognize our students' talents and provide opportunities and activities for real-world experiences that include advanced learning — and fun.
Go Beyond the Classroom.
Bachelor's Plus Master's Program (BPM)
The BPM program makes it easy to earn an M.S. degree by linking your University of Dayton undergraduate and graduate programs. Interested University undergraduate students must have a 3.0 grade point average and apply for the BPM program during their undergraduate program. They should also apply directly to the graduate program of their choice. If accepted, students can apply up to two courses taken at the graduate level during their undergraduate years to both their undergraduate and graduate programs. This reduces the number of required classes for an M.S. degree from 10 to 8. In addition, the cost of tuition for BPM students is about 2/3 the normal cost of tuition during their first 12 months of their M.S. program. Go to the BMP Application and Requirements (DOC) >>
UD Career Services provides excellent career-related resources, programs, services and opportunities that build confidence and job-search skills. Talk with our School of Engineering Career Services' representative — Lisa Witt. Click here for more information and a list of fall 2013 presentations (PDF) >>
Gain hands-on experience and apply the concepts you learn in class by alternating semesters of full-time study at UD with semesters of full-time, paid work experience in industry, business or government.
The Core Program offers an innovative, interdisciplinary curriculum consisting of a sequence of courses that fulfills many University general education requirements. The courses address a common theme, "Human Values in a Pluralistic Culture" and are coordinated, so students experience the integrated character of liberal arts.
Expand your horizons — study abroad for a summer, a semester or during a year-long program. Experience international service or international academics — designed for engineers.
In the ETHOS service program, students help integrate technology with global cultures and communities. The emphasis is placed on ideas and implementation of appropriate technology, sustainable development and service-learning through technical immersion, integrated classroom work, collaborative research and on-campus activities.
Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam
The FE Exam is typically the first step to obtaining a Professional Engineer (P.E.) license.
Hire a Flyer
The search for a job just got easier! Hire a Flyer is a free online service that simplifies the job search process for co-op positions and for full-time work after graduation. Research companies, search for openings, read job descriptions, submit your résumé, schedule interviews, register for career events and search our Alumni Career Network.
The University Honors Program offers rigorous and expansive educational experiences for our academically accomplished students and provides unique learning opportunities beyond the normal college experience, enriched courses taught by top professors and an inspiring, collaborative camaraderie with fellow students.
Integrated Learning Living Communities
Want to have fun, make friends and earn higher grades? Then join an integrated learning-living community (ILLC).
Minority Engineering Program
Reach your full potential through this integrated program that creates an optimum learning environment and supports minority engineering students financially, fundamentally, practically and intellectually.
Women Engineering Program
Share and explore technical interests with other women engineering students and build personal and professional relationships that will last a lifetime.
- Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) >>
- Epsilon Delta Tau >>
- Eta Kappa Nu >>
- Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE) >>
- National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) >>
- Optical Society of America (OSA) >>
- Phi Sigma Rho >>
- Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) >>
- Society of Photographic Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) >>
- Society of Women Engineers >>
- Tau Beta Pi at the University of Dayton >>
Fellowships, Grants and Assistantships
Learn, Lead and Serve Fund Grants
Make a positive impact on the community while exploring engineering concepts. The School of Engineering Learn, Lead and Serve (LLS) Fund encourages students to perform domestic and international research while serving community organizations. Individual grants range from $1,000 to $2,000, and higher amounts are available for team projects. Applications are accepted each semester. For additional information, contact Ms. Beth Hart by phone, 937-229-5080, or email.