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The College of Engineering offers degree programs in seven academic departments.


BioengineeringFor more than 40 years, the Bioengineering Department has been a premier partner in innovation in the areas of bioinstrumentation, biomaterials and tissue engineering, biomechanics, medical imaging, and nanomedicine and nanotechnology. The department added an undergraduate program in 2012 and graduated its second class in 2017. Faculty and graduate students in the department enjoy an association with The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (UTSW), one of the top medical schools in the nation. Bioengineering Department »

Civil Engineering

Civil EngineeringThe fast-growing department of Civil Engineering has more than 1,000 students. Its research centers and outstanding faculty and staff have transformed the department to a level of excellence in research and teaching that directly addresses local and national engineering needs by providing innovative solutions to the most challenging problems facing the nation's infrastructure. Civil Engineering Department »

Computer Science and Engineering

Computer Science and EngineeringThe Department of Computer Science and Engineering is noted for research and teaching excellence. Its internationally recognized faculty members are engaged in breakthrough research across the leading areas of computer science and engineering. Graduates provide engineering leadership in the nation’s top technology companies and government agencies, and serve as leading researchers and educators. Computer Science and Engineering Department »

Electrical Engineering

ElectricalElectrical Engineering is a broad field that includes power systems, control systems, microelectronics and nanoelectronics, microprocessors and computer networks, telecommunications (wire, wireless, satellite and fiber optic), remote sensing, signal processing, neural networks, medical devices, optics (electro-optics, optoelectronics and photonics) and other emerging technologies. Electrical Engineering Department »

Industrial, Manufacturing, & Systems Engineering

Industrial and Manufacturing Systems EngineeringThe Industrial, Manufacturing, & Systems Engineering program is an an enthusiastic community of students, faculty, staff, alumni, and industry partners dedicated to making industry and society more productive. Undergraduate students pursue degrees in industrial engineering. Graduate students pursue degrees 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, Manufacturing, & Systems Engineering Department »

Materials Science and Engineering

Materials Science and EngineeringState-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 and Engineering Department »

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Mechanical and Aerospace EngineeringThe Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) offers baccalaureate, master's and doctoral degree programs in Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering, and Certificate Programs in Automotive Engineering, Electronic Packaging, Manufacturing, Unmanned Vehicle Systems and Vertical Lift/Rotorcraft. Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department »