College of Engineering

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Engineering Graduate Studies

Welcome to the College of Engineering Office of Graduate Studies. The UT College of Engineering offers 2 PhD programs and 8 different Masters degrees, including the 100% online Masters in General Engineering and the new Masters in General Engineering with a concentration in Energy Engineering. Our traditional on-campus programs give students preparation for research and advanced engineering careers.


  "I feel the Online Master's in General Engineering degree's primary focus is on problem solving and project management.   I have used the knowledge and skills provided by this degree to effectively and efficiently identify the root of problems and develop a systematic approach to solving the issues.  I believe that because the degree focuses on problem-solving, it makes it useful across multiple industries and  job positions.

 A friend that went through the program told me about it. To be honest, I felt the program provided a lot of information that is applicable to almost any industry and makes you a more well-rounded engineer. What I have noticed is that most engineers fresh out of college (and some seasoned engineers) struggle with: multitasking, staying organized and thinking big picture. I feel the degree not only fosters the mindset to consider these areas, it also gives you the tools to manage them. And based on my experience, these attributes are equally as important as knowing your engineering theory to being successful in industry."

Ryan Jones, BSME 2009, MSE 2016
Principal Engineer-Engineering First Team
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View the 2017-2018 
College of Engineering Graduate Student Handbook

Last Updated: 2/13/18