Engineering Your Future at UVM

Explore and advance your knowledge in Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Data Science, and Engineering. Data, artificial intelligence, and modern technology are helping to create new industries, address issues of climate change and sustainable energy, and identify trends in health and wellness. Our academic programs help guide you on your journey to solving the world’s—and our community’s—most pressing challenges.

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Career Placement and Internships


Providing a solid academic foundation is just the first part of a CEMS education. We also work hard to help students make career connections through quality internships and a robust, well-networked career services program.

Career Readiness Program

Undergraduate Research


Our students have exciting opportunities to apply their academics by working closely with a faculty member in a research environment. Research areas range widely including auto safety, advanced energy systems and aerospace.

Research Opportunities

Senior Experience in Engineering Design (SEED)


The Culminating Experience for Senior Engineering Students

SEED projects draw from students' foundation of learning and experience to address complex and multidisciplinary problems.

SEED Program


Browse Our Viewbook

There's no substitute for visiting our beautiful, close-knit campus, but our viewbook can give just a taste of what it's like to learn and live here.

UVM College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences Viewbook

Local/Regional Employers

Vermont is a hub of innovation, and UVM students and graduates—particularly those from College of Engineering and Mathematical Science—have always been part of the lifeblood helping make technological advances possible. Employers recognize the level of commitment and quality of experience our programs offer, and they often actively recruit through us when filling essential positions.

Hear From CEMS Graduates

Make Your Education Interdisciplinary

Expanding academic focus into other disciplines opens exciting pathways. Engineering and Business or Engineering and Data Science are natural affinities that allow students to build practical skills that they carry forward to rewarding careers.

Interdisciplinary Majors

Student-to-Student Connections

We recognize the power that student organizations have not just to help students connect to one another but to build confidence and deepen learning that lead to opportunities ahead.

Student Groups

Active and Project-based Learning

While classroom-based learning is an essential part of our program, our faculty also believe strongly in the power of hands-on, problem-based exploration to enhance learning and expand opportunity.

Explore Active and Project-based Learning Opportunities

College Core Curriculum

The College core curriculum provides students a well-rounded academic experience, including required courses in the humanities and social sciences, mathematics, and computer programming as well as intensive faculty interaction and a culminating capstone experience.

Learn More About the College Core Curriculum

CEMS Interdisciplinary Programs


Tour Our STEM Complex

Three ways to visit UVM and learn more about CEMS

1. Take virtual tours of our labs, active classrooms, and learning spaces; hear from students about what they love about CEMS; learn why employers love hiring CEMS students and graduates.

Tour CEMS and Learn More

2. Join UVM admissions for a pre-scheduled UVM information session and tour. Learn more about these ongoing events.

Visit UVM Admissions

3. Fill out the CEMS Visit Request Form to request a visit to the college. Please allow two weeks for processing.

Request a Visit

Campus Map

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CEMS Dashboard

  • 1,417 undergraduate students
  • 260 graduate students
  • 120 faculty
  • 13 undergraduate programs
  • 3 cross-college undergraduate programs
  • 89% first-year retention rate (Class of 2023)
  • 76% 4-year graduation rate (Class of 2020)
  • $25.8 million in research funds