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Graduating Student Resources

Are you on track to graduate?

The University provides several resources to keep track of your degree requirements to ensure you graduate on time.

  • Review the Academic Guide for your degree to ensure you have taken all required courses. 
  • Check the Graduation Progress System (GPS) under the Academic tab of insideND. 

Nearly 80% of CEEES students enter the workforces after graduating. Some of the companies that employ Notre Dame CEEES students include: Abonmarche, AECOM, Anning Johnson, ARCO/Murray, Bohler Engineering, Chicago Bridge and Iron, Clark Construction, Enfocus, ExxonMobil, GE, Hazen and Sawyer, Kenrich Group, Kiewit, Langan, Microsoft, Pacific Gas & Electric, Parsons Corporation, Reyes Group, Skanska, Tetra Tech, Troyer Group, Turner Construction, Walsh Group, Walt Disney World and more. 

Engineering career websites:

Where are other graduates getting jobs? Check out the recent alumni placement page that has an interactive map of the companies hiring Notre Dame students. You'll also find advice from recent graduates on acing job interviews and landing your first role!

 

Thinking about Graduate School?

Several students decide to continue their education at the graduate level. Some of the schools CEEES students frequently enroll in are: Duke University, Ohio State University, Lehigh University, University of Notre Dame, Trinity University Dublin, University of Virginia, Princeton University, University of Washington, Clemson University, and more. 

 

 

Steps to take when applying to graduate school:

1. Research which schools align to your research interests at least one year before graduating. Talk to your professors and advisors about which schools they recommend.

2. Take the GRE one year before graduating. Studying for this exam well in advance is highly recommended, as it plays an important role in the admissions process.

 

 

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Job Outlook, 2014-24

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