Ohio Engineering Schools

Engineering Programs in Ohio
Did You Know?
Ohio's cheapest Engineering Program is located at Clark State Community College, and costs
$3,196 annually.
More students applied to Ohio State University-Main Campus's Engineering Program than any other school in Ohio, with
25,816 total applicants.
Statewide School Information
Engineering Schools in Ohio:
61
Undergraduate Engineering Programs:
60
Graduate Engineering Programs:
29
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
24
Average Classroom Size:
17 Students
Largest Engineering School:
Ohio State University-Main Campus
(64,930 Students)

Ohio, also known as the Buckeye State, is a Midwestern state that is part of the Great Lakes region. The largest city is the state capital of Columbus, with other major cities and metropolitan areas in Cleveland, Cincinnati, Toledo, Akron, and Dayton. Manufacturing and financial services are the top industries in Ohio, along with the utilities, health care, education, and environmental industries.

Engineering Education in Ohio

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), engineering is split into several fields that are concentrated in specific industries, such as civil service, machine manufacturing, and electrical equipment.

There are thirteen public universities in Ohio with undergraduate engineering programs. Some of the thirteen schools include Ohio State University, Ohio University, the University of Cincinnati, Miami University, the University of Toledo, and Youngstown State University.

In addition, there are fourteen private universities with undergraduate engineering programs, such as Case Western Reserve University, the University of Dayton, Xavier University, and Oberlin College. Sixteen schools in total offer graduate programs in engineering, including Kent State University, Wright State University, the University of Findlay, and Cleveland State University.

Certifications or associate's degrees in engineering are available at thirty-five community colleges and primarily associate degree-granting public schools. There is also a private university, the University of Rio Grande, that offers certificates and associate programs in engineering.

Outlook for Engineering Jobs in Ohio

Depending on the field of engineering, each state has different career trends for particular professions. In total, the BLS states that there are 82,370 engineers in Ohio. The average annual salary for all of the engineers counted by the BLS calculated to $70,640.

Specific engineering careers have more or less the same salaries, such as electrical engineers who earn $76,080 with 5,320 workers employed in the state.Another example is materials engineers, who earn an average annual salary of $91,070 with 1,350 workers employed. Another example is environmental engineers, who earn a salary of $87,260 with 1,090 workers employed in the state.

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