Electronic structure calculations play a major role in engineering, especially in applications related to electronics, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, combustion reactions and nanotechnology. While the complications and details of the calculation schemes are very important for advanced students in theoretical chemistry and physics, they are less important for students majoring in engineering or material science. Northwestern University offers a set of problems to be solved using nanoHUB tools that are relevant to engineering students taking courses in electronic structure theory. Each assignment has been designed so that it can be solved in a single online session. All the auxiliary files needed to complete the assignments are provided.