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Undergraduate Students



Professional engineers are currently in great demand around the world. Career opportunities for graduating students are excellent, and salaries for entry-level positions are currently far above many other fields.

Financial Aid

Three types of financial aid are available for students: scholarships, loans, and part-time employment. The college and its departments annually award more than $1 million in scholarships to qualified undergraduates. To apply for engineering scholarships, students must be accepted into both UT and the college.

MABE Team Works on Mars Ice Project from NASA

What can you do with an engineering degree?

Engineers play a role in the production and development of almost everything we use in our daily lives, so the answer truly is, “just about whatever you want to.”

Miller McSwain at NASA

Career Prep

At UT, we help you blend what you’re learning in the classroom with real-world experience through well-paid co-op, internship, and research experiences that will set you and your resume up for success.

Meet Some Engineering Vols

We proudly celebrate the wide scope of pursuits and passions enjoyed by our Engineering Vols family. We are musicians. Entrepreneurs. Athletes. Restauranteurs. “Engineer” is just one word to describe who you will be once you join us.

Student on Campus Studying with her Dog

Campus Life

Outside your lectures and labs, there’s an entire campus teeming with experiences waiting to be discovered. More than 300 clubs and student organizations, a huge variety of food and dining options, and the engineering-focused Engage LLC are some great ways to get engaged when you join campus

Student Using Laptop in the Student Union

See What We’re Up To

Haven’t had a chance to see what it’s like for Engineering Vols on Rocky Top? Schedule a tour with one of our college ambassadors or, if you can’t make it to campus, explore some of the virtual options available to check out our campus.

Transfer Students

Read our minimum requirements for transferring in to the Tickle College of Engineering from another institution or UT college.

Students participating in the eVOL10 Camp

Pre-College Programs

The college offers a variety of pre-college programs—both virtual and in-person for an immersive campus experience—for high-school students interested in studying engineering in college.