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Texas A&M University-Kingsville ranks among top graduate engineering schools

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KINGSVILLE (April 23, 2024) — The Frank H. Dotterweich College of Engineering at Texas A&M University-Kingsville (TAMUK) is featured in 2023-24 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Grad School Rankings as one of the best graduate engineering schools in Texas.

The TAMUK College of Engineering is ranked No.15 among all Texas universities and No. 12 among public schools.

“Being recognized among Texas's Top 15 engineering colleges for graduate education underscores our commitment to excellence in shaping the next generation of engineering leaders,” Dean of the College of Engineering Dr. Heidi Taboada said. “This ranking clearly highlights the dedication, commitment, and expertise of our faculty in their respective fields. This milestone not only reaffirms our position to continue to provide strong engineering education but also to offer access to research opportunities to our students, enhancing their overall academic experience.”

­­The U.S. News’ ranking methods include comparing schools based on their research activity, faculty resources, academic achievements of entering students and assessments done by other engineering schools and employers.

In fall 2023, there were 1,673 students enrolled in the TAMUK College of Engineering, with 492 in the Master’s program and another 35 pursuing a doctorate.

 “By continually pushing the boundaries of engineering knowledge, our faculty provides invaluable research opportunities for our students to evolve as future researchers, and we, as a college, position ourselves as pioneers in advancing discoveries through research innovation,” Taboada said. “As we celebrate this significant achievement, we pledge to uphold our legacy of excellence in engineering education and continue to impact positive change in our society. Indeed, this is a proud moment for our entire community of faculty, staff, students, and alumni.”


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