Earn a Masters Degree
Preparation and Convenience
Are you ready for a master's program designed to meet your schedule, enhance your career prospects, and deliver the knowledge and skills needed to create viable solutions to today's most pressing problems?
To accommodate your busy schedule, many of our graduate programs offer late afternoon, evening, and weekend classes. More than 130 courses are offered online most semesters, and eight master's degrees may be earned fully online.
Employees of local companies seeking to return to school may take advantage of
- delayed GRE exams with provisional admission;
- flexible application dates;
- rapid provisional acceptance with transcripts for students with engineering bachelor's degrees;
- easy availability of undergraduate prerequisite courses; and
- customizable programs for your company
The Most Comprehensive Engineering Program in North Texas
UTA's College of Engineering is the most comprehensive in North Texas and one of the most comprehensive in the nation. With more than 7,000 students (more than 2,700 seeking master's degrees), it is the third-largest in the state.
We offer 11 baccalaureate, 14 master's, and nine doctoral degree programs in seven departments:
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Science and Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Industrial, Manufacturing and Systems Engineering
- Materials Science and Engineering, and
- Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
You'll meet people from all over the world here: The University is a Hispanic-Serving Institution, and engineering students come from all backgrounds, several U.S. states, and dozens of nations around the world. This diversity engenders a robust learning environment that makes students consider the global impact of their education.
You can afford it: UTA was recently cited by U.S. News & World Report as having the second lowest average student debt among U.S. universities.
We make a difference: Thousands of UTA engineering alumni are part of the workforce in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and across Texas. Current students are interns in dozens of local companies, as well as organizations such as SpaceX, NASA, and others that are changing the face of the world. We are an integral part of the success of industry in the region, and our research impact is considerable.
Our research facilities fit your needs: The College of Engineering has seven buildings dedicated to engineering education and research on campus. The Engineering Research Building, completed in 2011, is a 234,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art building that allows interdisciplinary interaction and collaboration between the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, the Department of Bioengineering and the College of Science. The Science and Engineering Innovation and Research (SEIR) Building is under construction and scheduled to open in 2018.
The Shimadzu Institute Nanotechnology Research Center is the most advanced clean room in the region and provides multiple opportunities for exploration at the nano-scale.