Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering atThe University of Texas at Austin Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering

Duration

4 years (Full Time)

Course Level

UG Degree

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Type of University

Public

Year of establishment

1883

Highlights

  • Civil engineering is one of the oldest and arguably the most important engineering disciplines. It involves applications of scientific principles for solving a wide range of problems related to the condition of humans and the planet
  • Students have an opportunity to select courses in their third and fourth years that allow them to gain additional depth in areas for which they have the strongest interest
  • In many cases, undergraduate students have opportunities to complete research in these areas, complete internships during the summer, and even study abroad
  • Graduates of the civil engineering program should attain the following outcomes:
  • An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors
  • An ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts
  • An ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
  • An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives

Ranking

  • University Rankings
    • #41

      - ARWU (Shanghai Ranking) 2021

    • #67

      - QS 2022

    • #47

      - THE (Times Higher Education) 2022

    • #43

      - US News & World Report 2022

    • #38

      - US News & World Report 2022

Fees & Expenses
1st year tuition fees
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & feesINR 35,07,331
Other expenses in 1st Year
Fees componentsAmount
Hostel & MealsINR 10,01,803
Application FeesINR 7,344
booksINR 58,262
Personal / Miscellaneous ExpensesINR 2,41,536
TotalINR 13,08,945

Calculated at the exchange rate of 1 USD = INR 81.6

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Tuition & expenses were last updated on 9ᵗʰ December 2021

Entry Requirements

QualificationEntry Criteria
12th

No specific cutoff mentioned

  • Applicant must have passed high school
  • Subject required: Mathematics and science 
  • Applicants must meet the university’s calculus readiness requirement

TOEFL

Marks - 79/120

SAT

No specific cutoff mentioned

SAT Math score: 620 or above

IELTS

Marks - 6.5/9

Other eligibility criteria
  • Students can show calculus readiness by submitting one of the following by the applicable admissions deadline:
    • An official college or university transcript showing credit for a college-level Calculus I (or higher) course with a grade of C or higher
    • An official high school transcript showing credit for a Calculus I (or higher) course with a grade of C or higher
    • An official high school transcript showing credit for a Precalculus course with a grade of C or higher
    • Five years or more of high school math courses at or above the level of Algebra I
  • Students who apply to The University of Texas at Austin for fall 2021 undergraduate admission will not be required to submit an ACT or SAT test score as part of their application
    • This change will allow the university to better serve potential students by ensuring that testing limitations related to COVID-19 do not affect a student’s ability to apply
    • This temporary suspension means that for fall 2021 admission, a test score will not be required for students to apply to, and be fully considered for, admission to UT Austin
  • International applicants must submit either an official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score report demonstrating an adequate knowledge of English
    • The TOEFL iBT is preferred over the IELTS. The university cannot accept institutional TOEFL (ITP) scores

Documents Required:

  • Official transcript(s) documenting all coursework undertaken during the high school career and class rank
    • If the student's high school does not rank students, include a statement from the school describing its policy, a copy of the school’s profile, and a GPA or grade distribution report
  • Proof of English Language Proficiency
  • Essay
  • Submit three required short answers and may submit one optional short answer responding to prompts in the admissions application
    • Answers are limited to no more than 40 lines, or about 250–300 words, typically the length of one paragraph
  • A copy of the permanent resident card (if applicable)
  • Resume (optional)
    • If you submit a resume, It should include: 
      • Details about what each activity involved rather than a general description
      • The number of hours per week and weeks per year the student's spent on each activity
  • Letter(s) of recommendation (optional)
    • Students may submit up to two optional letters of recommendation with the admission application
    • These letters may be from teachers, mentors, or people who know the student well, either within or outside of the student's high school
  • Student Information Form (if applicable)
Conditional Offer

Not mentioned

Scholarships
Scholarship information is not available. You can apply to non-college specific scholarships available for USA.

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