College of Engineering
Civil engineering master's students contribute to projects that improve the world. Through UTEP's ASPIRE program or the Center for Transportation Infrastructure Systems, you can build smart grids to power city infrastructure, quicken the speed of air travel, or provide clean drinking water to underserved communities. Boost your future at one of the top 5 graduate engineering schools for Hispanics.
Select students can earn dual master’s degrees through a program with Czech Technical University
Nine research centers offer challenging projects that strengthen the educational experience
Benefit from PASSE, the college’s Pathways to Success in Graduate Engineering student support program
Isaac Aguilar credits working with bright students and intelligent professors in the Center for Transportation Infrastructure Systems a life-changing experience that made him a stronger engineer. Through CTIS, Aguilar contributed to new findings on hot mix asphalt for the Texas Department of Transportation. Today he is an engineer with AECOM in Dallas.
Career opportunities are available in fields such as architecture, traffic, transportation, energy, marine, hydraulics, construction, environment and geo-technology. Government contracts to build sustainable roads, smart cities and infrastructure are in high demand globally, giving individuals in this field lots of mobility.