Engineering is central to the mission of The University of Texas at Dallas, which is committed to be "a global leader in innovative, high quality science, engineering, and business education and research."
The mission of the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science is to:
The mission of the Department of Computer Science is to prepare undergraduate and graduate students for productive careers in industry, academia, and government by providing an outstanding environment for teaching, learning, and research in the theory and applications of computing. The Department places high priority on establishing and maintaining innovative research programs to enhance its education quality and make it an important regional, national and international resource center for discovering, integrating and applying new knowledge and technologies.BSCS Program Educational Objectives
The mission of the Computer Engineering Program is to provide education in the theory and practice of modern computer engineering. We prepare our graduates to have rewarding and successful careers in a diverse range of computer engineering fields, including materials, devices, circuits, digital systems, signal/speech processing, and communications.BSCE Program Educational Objectives
The mission of the Department of Electrical Engineering is to provide excellent education in modern electrical engineering practice. Our graduates are uniquely qualified for rewarding and successful careers in a diverse range of electrical engineering fields, including materials, devices, circuits, digital systems, signal/speech/image processing, and communications.BSEE Program Educational Objectives
The mission of the Telecommunications Engineering degrees program is to provide excellent education in modern communications networks and systems. Our graduates are trained in a variety of subfields of telecommunication engineering at the systems level. This prepares them for rewarding and successful careers in telecommunications, data communications, network architecture, wireless, optical networking and next generation networks.BSTE Program Educational Objectives
Master of Science Program
1. The mission of the Materials Science and Engineering master’s degree program is to provide students with an advanced education in materials science and engineering and prepare them for long and successful careers in industry and government. We prepare our graduates to be key contributors to materials science and engineering research in industry and/or academia and to further their education by entering a doctoral degree program.
1. The mission of the Ph.D. program in materials science and engineering is to provide students with an advanced education in materials science and engineering and prepare them for long and successful professional and/or research careers in industry, government or academia. We provide our students with the expertise to make independent contributions to research and development, formulate novel problems, develop creative solutions to novel and existing problems, and serve as system architects and leaders of design teams.
July 10, 2012
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