Located in the globally connected Dallas–Fort Worth area, UT Dallas offers graduate programs in science, technology, business, and the arts.
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Graduate Programs of Study
Arts and Humanities
• Humanities—Aesthetic Studies
• Humanities—History of Ideas
• Humanities—Studies in Literature
• Latin American Studies
Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication
• Arts and Technology
• Emerging Media and Communication
Behavioral and Brain Sciences
• Applied Cognition and Neuroscience
• Cognition and Neuroscience
• Communication Disorders
• Communication Sciences and Disorders
• Human Development and Early Childhood Disorders
• Psychological Sciences
Economic, Political, and Policy Sciences
• Applied Sociology
• Geospatial Information Sciences
• International Political Economy
• Justice Administration and Leadership
• Political Science
• Political Science—Constitutional Law Studies
• Political Science—Legislative Studies
• Public Affairs
• Public Policy
• Public Policy and Political Economy
• Social Data Analytics and Research
Engineering and Computer Science
(Erik Jonsson School)
• Biomedical Engineering
• Computer Engineering
• Computer Science
• Electrical Engineering
• Materials Science and Engineering
• Mechanical Engineering
• Software Engineering
• Systems Engineering and Management
• Telecommunications Engineering
• Interdisciplinary Studies
Management (Naveen Jindal School)
• Business Administration
• Business Analytics
• Executive Master of Business Administration
• Energy Management
• Financial Engineering and Risk Management
• Global Leadership Executive MBA
• Healthcare Leadership and Management
• Information Technology and Management
• Innovation and Entrepreneurship
• International Management Studies
• Management Science
• Supply Chain Management
• Systems Engineering and Management
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
• Actuarial Science
• Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
• Mathematics Education
• Molecular and Cell Biology
• Science Education
At the graduate level, students can expect to learn from renowned faculty and thought leaders. Our diverse student body and faculty—and prime location in the heart of the Dallas Metroplex—attract students from around the world who thrive on innovation.
Our founders believed in supporting a research-intensive institution, and our graduate and doctoral programs reflect this. Graduates from our nationally recognized programs go on to become leaders in their industries, and recently one has been awarded the Nobel Prize.
UT Dallas at a glance
• Times Higher Education survey ranked UT Dallas #1 in Texas, #2 in the nation, and #24 in the world in their list of the top 150 institutions under 50 years of age.
• The University’s outstanding faculty include a Nobel Prize winner and members of the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Engineering.
• In 2015 UT Dallas alumnus Dr. Aziz Sancar, PhD ’77 was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
• UT Dallas has one of the top 25 most ethnically diverse student populations in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report.
• U.S. News & World Report ranks the full-time MBA program #16 (tied) among public universities.
• The School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communications program merges fine arts and computer sciences and is ranked one of the top 25 graduate schools to study video game design by The Princeton Review.
• U.S. News & World Report ranked UTD among the top 30 universities in the country with the lowest debt after graduation.
Character: Nearly 27,000 total enrollment; 65% undergraduate and 35% graduate
Programs: UT Dallas offers 59 master’s degree programs, 30 PhD programs, and one professional doctorate program across eight schools.
Alumni: More than 92,000 alumni from around the world
Research: More than $105 million
Origin of students: The top states of origin are Texas, California, New York, Illinois, Florida, and Oklahoma. More than 6,000 international students representing over 100 countries call UT Dallas home.
Gender: 45% female and 55% male
Growth: In less than one decade (2007–2016), a total of approximately 3.5 million new or renovated square feet and more than $1 billion in development will have been added to campus.
Student success: UT Dallas graduates are globally recruited by prominent companies and have received prestigious research appointments. More than 650 employers hired UT Dallas students last year.
Graduate and undergraduate students participate in more than 4,000 internships each year, and 88% of the UT Dallas 2014–2015 graduating class reported employment or continuing education upon graduation.
Points of pride
U.S. News & World Report highly ranks many UT Dallas programs in its “Best Graduate Schools” report:
• Audiology, #4
• Communication Disorders, #12
• Information Systems, #16
• Professional MBA, #16 among public universities
• Criminology, #27
• Full-time MBA, #37 (tied)
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