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The Bioengineering program is conducted in association with UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, one of the top medical schools in the nation and only 22 miles away. Graduates of the program receive a diploma bearing the seals of both UT Arlington and UT Southwestern. Bioengineering »

Civil Engineering

The department is one of the fastest-growing in the College of Engineering, with 19 full-time faculty members and almost 500 students. Civil Engineering »

Computer Science and Engineering

The CSE department averages about $3 million annually in new research funding. Graduates provide engineering leadership in America’s top technology companies and government agencies, and serve as leading researchers and educators. Computer Science and Engineering »

Electrical Engineering

State-of-the-art facilities such as the Nanotechnology Research and Teaching Facility and the Automation and Robotics Research Institute allow EE students to develop practical knowledge and explore innovative technologies.Electrical Engineering »

Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Undergraduate students can pursue degrees in industrial engineering. Graduate degrees are also available in systems engineering, logistics, and engineering management. The latter two programs are conducted in collaboration with the College of Business’ Department of Information Systems and Operations Management. Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering »

Materials Science and Engineering

State-of-the-art research facilities, excellent faculty, and generous external funding allow advanced studies in these critical areas to thrive. The  department has major research activities in several focus areas, including nanomaterials, biomaterials, energy systems, and advanced structural materials. Materials Science »

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

The mechanical engineering program is among the top 50 in the country, while the aerospace engineering program is listed in the top 20. Many alumni have gone on to successful careers in the aerospace industry, including two who become astronauts with NASA. Mechanical and Aerospace »