Beyond the Classroom

Learn by doing through experiential learning programs, stock up on PE credit hours, or get your start-up started. We'll prepare you for the real world, and we'll get the real world prepared for you.

  • Online Learning
    The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers a variety of online degree programs as well as credit-bearing and non-degree online courses. 
  • Micro-credentials
    See micro-credentials offered by the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Micro-credentials showcase the knowledge you've acquired on the road to mastering skills in your area of interest. Smaller than a minor, certificate or degree program, micro-credentials equip learners with digital badges that showcase their achievements and all it took to get there.
  • Undergraduate Research Experience
    Discover more than just facts and figures—discover yourself and your future career through research experiences at UB.
  • Experiential Learning
    Experiential Learning Programs in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences help students develop professionalism and a practical perspective by connecting the classroom to the real world.
  • Study Abroad
    The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences supports a number of global partnerships and programs that benefit our students—including study abroad experiences, international exchanges and a dual diploma program.
  • Student Clubs and Organizations
    Engineering clubs focus on many different facets of the engineering field and allow students to gain hands on experience of the material they learn in the classroom.
  • Healthy Engineers and Scientists
    From counseling and health services to accessibility resources, here is how we promote healthy engineers and scientists.
  • Resources for Professionalism
    Find resources for professionalism, online course offerings, professional development opportunities and more.
  • Resources for Entrepreneurs and Intrapreneurs
    Looking to start a business? We've got the resources and connections to make your vision a reality.
  • Professional Engineer (PE) Licensure
    Learn how you can obtain your PE license. A PE license is needed to perform engineering services for the public, and equips you with a state-authorized engineering seal that can be applied to engineering work.
  • Career Resources
    The University at Buffalo and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences offer a number of opportunities and services to help students prepare for life after graduation.