Earn a Bachelor's Degree
Thinking Creatively, Analytically, and Globally
The College of Engineering prepares undergraduate students for successful careers in a complex, global economy. Undergraduate students are encouraged to take part in real research alongside faculty, and to pursue internships and co-ops that allow them to apply what they're learning to real situations. Becoming a student here is the first step in your career, no matter where your path leads.
The Largest, Most Comprehensive Engineering Program in North Texas
UTA's College of Engineering is the most comprehensive engineering program in North Texas and one of the most comprehensive in the nation. With more than 7,600 students (more than 5,000 undergraduates), it is the fourth-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 (graduate only), and
- Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
You'll meet people from all over the world here: UTA celebrates the diversity of its student body, and the University is a Hispanic-Serving Institution. Engineering students come from all backgrounds, nearly every U.S. state, and 70 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 offers an excellent education with low tuition rates, financial aid, and scholarships that keep your costs low and your debt manageable.
We make a difference: Thousands of UTA engineering alumni are part of the workforce in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and across Texas. Students are interns at dozens of local companies, including several among the Fortune 500, and at organizations such as SpaceX, NASA, Tesla, Facebook 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.