Students in Electrical Engineering

Undergraduate Student Advising

General academic advising for new students (excluding transfer course evaluation) is done during the scheduled orientation period prior to registration. International transfer course evaluation may take longer.  Academic advising for continuing students will be done during each semester prior to registration. The dates for advising new and continuing students will be listed in the appropriate schedule of classes. Personal academic advising is available by the Undergraduate Advisor by scheduling an appointment. 

Advisors

Pauline Mason, Undergraduate Academic Advisor 
503 Nedderman Hall; 817-272-1756; ee_ug_advising@uta.edu 

Saibun Tjuatja, Ph.D., Undergraduate Faculty Advisor 
504 Nedderman Hall; 817-272-1756; ee_ug_advising@uta.edu 

Book an appointment on TEAMS

Please use the Office 365 TEAMS app for the best possible interaction. You can Join the TEAMS meeting at the time of your appointment.

Graduate Student Advising

The Electrical Engineering graduate advising is managed by the Graduate Advisors, Dr. W. Alan Davis and Dr. William E. Dillon, assisted by the Advising Staff. Graduate students may also consult the graduate brochure. Personal academic advising is available by the Undergraduate Advisor by scheduling an appointment. 

Master’s Program Advisor

Alan Davis, Ph.D.
501 Nedderman Hall 817-272-2671; ee_grad_advising@uta.edu
Normal Hours: Tuesday and Thursday

Ph.D. Program Advisor

William E. Dillon, P.E., Ph.D.
506 Nedderman Hall
817-272-2671; ee_grad_advising@uta.edu
Normal Hours: Monday and Wednesday

Book an appointment on TEAMS

Please use the Office 365 TEAMS app for the best possible interaction. You can Join the TEAMS meeting at the time of your appointment.

Admission to the Professional Program

Requirements for admission to the professional program in Electrical Engineering are in accordance with those of the College of Engineering with the following added stipulations: 

  • Application to the professional program is to be made to the Undergraduate Advisor during the semester that the advancement requirements are being completed. 
  • No professional electrical engineering courses may be taken until the student is admitted into the professional program or obtains the written consent of the Undergraduate Advisor. 
  • Each student must complete all pre-professional courses stipulated under "Requirements for a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering" with a minimum grade of C in each course and a minimum GPA of 2.25 in (1) all courses, (2) in all math, science, and engineering courses, and (3) in all EE courses. 

Graduate Teaching Assistantships 

Outstanding Ph.D. students in the electrical engineering program are eligible to apply for graduate teaching assistantships. In addition to a monthly salary, EE GTAs are entitled to in-state tuition rates. These positions are highly competitive, and the selection process is comprehensive. Only a small percentage of applicants will be appointed. Final appointments will be determined by the needs of the department. Please read the following before submitting your application and follow the directions carefully in order to ensure that your application receives consideration. 

More Information and How to Apply

Scholarships for Electrical Engineering Students

The following scholarships are offered only to Electrical Engineering students at The University of Texas at Arlington.  

List of Scholarships

Administration

Dr. Diana Huffaker
Professor and Chair
817-272-3934
diana.huffaker@uta.edu

Dr. Jonathan Bredow 
Professor & Associate Chair 
817-272-3472
jbredow@uta.edu

Dr. Sungyong Jung
Associate Professor & Associate Chair
817-272-1338
jung@uta.edu

EE Staff Directory

Undergraduate Applicants

Graduate Applicants