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Learn how IIT Armour College of Engineering’s Distinctive Education programs can enhance, inspire, and elevate your engineering experience.

Events

May
6
11:30am to 12:30pm
IIT Tower, 16E4-1
10 W 35th Street
Chicago, IL 60616

Join the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering for the Distinguished Speaker Seminar co-hosted by Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research (WISER). The event will feature Dr. Fred C.

May
16
(All day)
Ed Glancy Field
(see map)

The Armour College of Engineering (ACE) Commencement Ceremony will begin immediately following the IIT Opening Ceremony on Ed Glancy Field.

May
29
5:00pm
Submit Applications to:
engineering@iit.edu

Applications for the Summer 2015 Armour R&D Program are now available. Proposals will be accepted beginning May 11 with a deadline of 5pm on May 29, 2015.

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Departments

Biomedical Engineering (BME)

IIT's program in Biomedical Engineering consists of a broad exposure to the biological and physical sciences, math, and fundamental engineering content. Students will specialize in one of three areas of expertise.

Chemical & Biological Engineering (CHBE)

Through IIT's Chemical and Biological Engineering program, students will develop a strong base of engineering, science, and math to help them design and conduct experiments and interpret the outcome.

Civil, Architectural & Environmental Engineering (CAEE)

IIT's Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering program will prepare graduates to be successful in either graduate education, or as they begin their career.

Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE)

IIT's Electrical and Computer Engineering program provides a strong foundation in math, physics, chemistry, and computer science and allows students to explore areas of interest through elective courses.

Mechanical, Materials, & Aerospace Engineering (MMAE)

Through IIT's Mechanical, Materials, and Aerospace Engineering program, students explore the design and manufacture of machines, aircraft, vehicles beyond the earth's atmosphere, and the structure and properties of engineering materials.