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General Information

Bachelors of Science Offered:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Mechanical
  • Metallurgical and
    Materials Engineering


  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical and
    Computer Engineering
  • Mechanical and
    Industrial Engineering
  • Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

    Dr. Andrew Swift, Dean
    Dr. Stephen Stafford, Associate Dean
    Dr. Pablo Arenaz, Associate Dean for Entering Students
    Dr. Vijay Singh, Associate Dean for Research
    Dr. Darrell Schroder, Assistant Dean

    Engineering/Science Complex
    Engineering Building, Room E230
    Phone: (915) 747-5460
    Fax: (915) 747-5616
    E-mail: engineer@utep.edu

  • General Information
    1. Introduction
    2. Mathematics and English Preparation
    3. Transfer Course Work
    4. Change of Major
    5. Lower Division Program
    6. Pre-Engineering Program
    7. Limit on Engineering Course Enrollments
    8. Enrollment in Engineering/Computer Science
    Courses by Non-Majors

    9. Double Majors
    10. Cooperative Education
    11. Five-Year Bachelor/Master of Science Program
    12. Graduate Study
    13. Engineering Courses (ENGR)

    12. Enrollment in Engineering/Computer Science

    The traditional Master of Science (MS) degree is available in civil engineering, computer engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, industrial engineering, manufacturing engineering, mechanical engineering, and metallurgical engineering. This degree is research-oriented, normally requiring a thesis and up to 27 hours of graduate course work. The Master of Science in Environmental Engineering (MSEnE) and the Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering (MEEnE) are also offered. Ph.D. degrees are offered in computer engineering, materials science and engineering, and environmental science and engineering.

    Students who rank high in their undergraduate class should give serious consideration to developing their full intellectual potential in engineering by continuing with advanced studies at the graduate level. For those students interested in the practice of professional engineering, the Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) degree should be given serious consideration. The program involves 33 hours of coursework without a thesis. Possible areas of specialization include business management, operations research, computer science, and others. Graduate programs are more fully discussed in the Graduate Catalog.


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