The University of Texas at Arlington's College of Engineering provides one of the most comprehensive engineering programs in the nation, with nine baccalaureate, 13 master's, and nine doctoral programs. With a commitment to creating viable solutions to today's most pressing problems, we're helping to propel UT Arlington toward its goal of becoming a national research university.
The College of Engineering is home to a diverse community of students from around the country and across the globe. As they work with award-winning faculty in state-of-the-art facilities, they are acquiring the knowledge and skills they'll need to start tackling important problems and developing innovative technology.
At UT Arlington, we're asking big questions and seeking innovative solutions. With a curriculum focusing on real-world applications and cutting-edge research, the our undergraduate and graduate programs aim to produce expertly trained, thoroughly educated engineers ready to lead the next wave of advancements.
UT Arlington is classified as a Research University/High Activity by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The College of Engineering boasts more than 417,359 square feet of facilities in more than 16 buildings, including the 234,000-square-foot Engineering Research Building, the Nanotechnology Research and Teaching Facility, and the Automation and Robotics Research Institute.
Faculty and students in the College of Engineering are changing the world. Our Maverick engineers all offer unique insights and skills, and are playing a major role in expanding UT Arlington's reputation as a leading research institution.
Our pioneering faculty members continually generate new ideas and technologies to help improve everyone’s quality of life.
UT Arlington's donors are builders. They relish the prospect of making a direct, transformational impact through their gifts. And those gifts—along with the professorships, endowed chairs, and academic initiatives they've created—are already starting to reap benefits across campus.