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Ingram School of Engineering

Welcome to the Ingram School of Engineering!

This site is your first step to finding information on getting the education you need to enter the engineering field. Engineering applies mathematics and the natural sciences to solve real-life problems.

The Ingram School of Engineering offers three undergraduate degree programs:

  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering

These programs are student-centered, and provide extensive hands-on experience. All programs lead to a bachelor of science degree.

Some programs have "specializations" which provide additional in-depth options for a particular field. For example, semiconductor manufacturing is a specialization of Manufacturing Engineering, and computer engineering is a specialization of Electrical Engineering.

Students in the Ingram School participate in student-led organizations such as SWE, MAES, SHPE, IIE, SME, and IEEE.  These organizations lead to attendance at conferences, competitions, and the opportunity to build a network of contacts.

Click on the Degrees and Programs option in the navigation bar for more information.

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Department News:

2017

  1. The Ingram School of Engineering welcomes new Assistant Professor to the Electrical Engineering Program
  2. The Ingram School of Engineering welcomes new Assistant Professor to the Industrial Engineering Program

2016

  1. The Ingram School of Engineering welcomes new Assistant Professor to the Electrical Engineering Program
  2. The Ingram School of Engineering welcomes new Ingram Endowed Chair

2015

  1. Ingram School of Engineering to host IEEE standards meeting
  2. Dr. Asiabanpour appointed as Editor-In-Chief of the International Journal of Rapid Manufacturing
  3. Dr. Perez receives NSF Grant - "EAGER-DynamicData: Minimizing Wind Farm Operation and Maintenance Cost Using Data-Driven Models"
  4. The Ingram School of Engineering welcomes new Senior Lecturer to the Industrial Engineering Program
  5. The Ingram School of Engineering welcomes new Senior Lecturer to the Electrical Engineering Program
  6. Dr. Jin to present as part of the Round Rock Campus Faculty Speaker Series

2014

  1. MSEIP grant seeks to increase minority participation in STEM fields
  2. The Ingram School of Engineering welcomes a new Assistant Professor to the Manufacturing Engineering Program!!
  3. The Ingram School of Engineering's B.S. degree program in industrial engineering has been accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET (www.abet.org)
  4. Graduate degree program approved by THECB

2013

  1. The Ingram School of Engineering's B.S. degree programs in electrical engineering and electrical engineering with a computer engineering concentration have been accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET (www.abet.org)

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