Welcome to the Frank H. Dotterweich College of Engineering
A Message From the Dean
Welcome to the Frank H. Dotterweich College of Engineering at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. Home of the Javelina Engineers!
The College is a leading provider of exciting and foundational engineering education in South Texas and is located on the historic campus of Texas A&M University-Kingsville. The College is named for a pioneer in natural gas engineering, Dr. Frank H. Dotterweich. The College was founded in 1936 and is built on the legacy of “Doc” Dotterweich and his colleagues when the University was known as Texas College of Arts and Industries and Texas A&I University. Today, the College is home to nearly 3,200 aspiring undergraduate and graduate engineering and technology majors. Our alumni have achieved significant professional successes and are found all over Texas, throughout the nation, and around the globe. Read more»
Home of the Javelina Engineers
Welcome to the home page of the Frank H Dotterweich College of Engineering at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. We are pleased that you are interested in finding out about our college, faculty, facilities and educational opportunities. This web site provides you with information about our degree programs, engineering career information and our outstanding faculty and students.
Latest Engineering News
Future Engineers of South Texas Summer Camp
The College of Engineering will host the Future Engineers of South Texas (FEST) summer camp for students entering 7th-9th grade in Fall 2016. FEST will take place June 20 - 24, 2016, and will cost $125. Applications should be returned to Mr. Austin McCoy at email@example.com.
Ph. D in Energy Systems Now Available
Frank H. Dotterweich College of Engineering located at Texas A&M University-Kingsville is looking for qualified students interested in pursuing a Ph.D. degree in Sustainable Energy Systems Engineering. Applications are currently being accepted for Fall 2015. The deadline for applying is June 1, 2015. Competitive teaching and research assistantships with full tuition paid are available for highly qualified students.
The Ph.D. program in Sustainable Energy Systems Engineering within the College of Engineering is a multidisciplinary program that integrates various fields of Engineering and Science. The theme of the Ph.D. program addresses various aspects of energy research including the sustainable utilization of fossil fuels and renewable resources, design of devices for efficient energy conversion, smart distribution and storage of energy, and sustainability and environmental impact of energy related activities.
The program provides students with opportunities to participate in the intricate and interdisciplinary engineering and science research topics in energy related fields and enables students of exceptional ability to undertake cutting-edge research in energy related topics. It also prepares students to solve problems in an increasingly complex, dynamic and global energy society, prepares candidates to become entrepreneurs creating innovative solutions, and to be successful in their chosen career paths. Follow the link to the program's website --> Sustainable Energy Engineering.
Applications can be submitted through Apply Texas at http://www.tamuk.edu/grad/admissions/index.html.
For inquiries, please send email to TAMUK.SESE-PhD@tamuk.edu.
Updated EDESKTOP instructions for Faculty and Students
All Faculty and Students of the College of Engineering, these instructions will be very useful in helping you become familiar with the new computer systems we are using in the engineering buildings. Please review them. Click here for more information
Information about the FE Exam
This newsletter provides information about the FE exam, including links to resources to help you prepare for the exam and a short quiz you can take to assess your skills.
Javelina Engineering Student Success Center (JESSC)
Frank.H. Dotterweich College of Engineering tutor center is open for business with discipline specific assistance.
Residence Hall tutor center hours
This page was last updated on: May 26, 2016