CETA alumni are known for earning rewarding careers at top engineering, technology, and architecture firms.
CETA prepares you for life beyond graduation beginning your first year through hands-on projects, presentations, networking and internship opportunities, and more. You’re provided with the tools you need to do research, work alongside other students and faculty, and turn your most exciting interests into careers.
Our alumni have gone on to work for well-known corporations within the engineering and architecture fields, as well as pursue graduate school. Such companies include:
- General Dynamics Electric Boat
- Hoffmann Architects
- Pratt & Whitney
- Interstate Electrical Services Corporation
- Raytheon Technologies
- S/L/A/M Collaborative
- Turner Construction
Once our hawks fly, they officially become alumni. See where some of our recent graduates have landed.
Michaela Mueller, a civil engineering major, did two summer internships during her time at UHart. During both, she gained insight, experience and skills. It was the summer before her senior year at UHart that one of those internships lead to her being hired in her field before graduation. Her experiences in and out of the classroom shaped her future career.
Graduating senior, Aleks Nowicki, has committed to a position as a transportation engineer at the Connecticut Department of Transportation (DOT) in the Traffic Project Design Unit. This opportunity presented itself at a lunch and learn event for engineering students.
It was through hard work, utilizing campus supports, and academic connections that Aurian Emami, senior in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA), landed a full time position prior to graduation as a pharmacy automation engineer at Cigna. He will graduate with a BS in electromechanical engineering technology.
CETA Alumni Stats
Number of CETA alumni currently employed in CT.
Amount of internships that led CETA alumni to full-time employment after graduation.
Average GPA for CETA alumni, undergraduate and graduate combined.
Civil Engineering, 2016
I saw UHart as a partner in my future, investing in my potential while helping alleviate barriers such as finances. I am very grateful for having access to professors and other administrative leaders who were essential for academic understanding and professional guidance.