Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering atThe University of Texas at Dallas , RichardsonDepartment of Mechanical Engineering

Duration

4 years (Full Time)

Course Level

UG Degree

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Type of University

Public

Year of establishment

1969

Highlights

  • The objective of the Bachelor of Science degree program in Mechanical Engineering is to produce Mechanical Engineering graduates who will be capable of undertaking challenging projects that require knowledge of the fundamentals and design of mechanical and thermal systems
  • The program seeks to build Mechanical Engineers to meet the needs of analysis, design, and development in industry, as well as to educate them to be innovators and policymakers
  • The mechanical engineering curriculum is expressly tailored to the needs of the modern mechanical engineer and includes elective courses in topics such as wind energy, microelectromechanical systems, and nanostructured materials
  • Within a few years after graduation, graduates of the Mechanical Engineering Program should:

    Be on a successful career path as competent professionals in their chosen field or by pursuing advanced study.

Ranking

  • University Rankings
    • #301-400

      - ARWU (Shanghai Ranking) 2021

    • #477

      - QS 2022

    • #351-400

      - THE (Times Higher Education) 2022

    • #308

      - US News & World Report 2022

    • #136

      - US News & World Report 2022

Fees & Expenses
1st year tuition fees
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & feesINR 34,27,397
Other expenses in 1st Year
Fees componentsAmount
Hostel & MealsINR 8,86,795
InsuranceINR 2,37,157
TransportationINR 1,19,627
International Special Service FeeINR 23,304
Curricular practical trainingINR 15,536
Document EvaluationINR 3,884
Application FeesINR 3,884
Orientation FeeINR 3,884
Housing administrative feeINR 7,768
BooksINR 93,216
Personal ExpensesINR 1,74,780
TotalINR 15,69,835

Calculated at the exchange rate of 1 USD = INR 77.68

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Tuition & expenses were last updated on 9ᵗʰ December 2021

Entry Requirements

QualificationEntry Criteria
12th

No specific cutoff mentioned

  • Applicants must have graduated from an accredited high school or satisfied the equivalent requirements and should have completed the high school credit requirements that include:
    • Four credits of English Language Arts, including at least one credit of writing skills
    • Two credits of a single language other than English (three credits recommended)
    • Four credits of Mathematics, including Algebra II and including a course dealing with trigonometry, such as pre-calculus
    • Four credits of Science
    • Three credits of Social Sciences, not including work-study (four credits recommended)
    • One credit of Fine Arts
  • Pre-engineering students should take at least one semester in trigonometry and one year each in elementary algebra, intermediate and advanced algebra, plane geometry, chemistry, and physics; this background makes it possible to move immediately into demanding college courses in calculus, calculus-based physics, and chemistry for science majors
  • Students also should be able to read rapidly and with comprehension, and write clearly and correctly

TOEFL

Marks - 80/120

SAT

No specific cutoff mentioned

PTE

Marks - 67/90

IELTS

Marks - 6.5/9

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

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