*Adapted from UTSA Today articled posted on November 29, 2018
UTSA’s College of Engineering was recognized as a world leader in engineering in technology in the newly released 2019 Times Higher Education World University Rankings by subject. Times Higher Education ranked UTSA’s engineering programs No. 88 in the U.S. and among the top 400 in the world. Using the same rigorous methodology as its prestigious Times Higher Education World University Rankings, the subject rankings are based on key performance indicators in five areas: citations, industry income, international outlook, research, and teaching.
“It is always rewarding to see the efforts we take to heighten the success of our students and faculty recognized at the international level,” said JoAnn Browning, Dean of the UTSA College of Engineering. “We are confident that we will continue to find new success as we continue to shape our curricula and research programs with high standards and resources.”
UTSA students may choose from five engineering disciplines: biomedical, chemical, civil and environmental, electrical and computer, and mechanical. Each program helps students develop a strong background in the engineering sciences and learn the analysis, design, and synthesis tools necessary to be an active participant in traditional as well as new and emerging areas of technology.
– Courtney Clevenger