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About the Tickle College of Engineering

Established in 1838, the Tickle College of Engineering has a long tradition of commitment to excellence in scientific research and the training of engineering professionals. The college consists of seven departments of study, seven nationally renowned research centers, and more than 100 state-of-the-art laboratories.

Nationally among public colleges of engineering, UT is ranked 32nd for its undergraduate program and 33rd for its graduate program.

Several UT engineering programs are also nationally ranked among public institutions, including the 6th-ranked Nuclear Engineering, 21st-ranked Biosystems Engineering, 26th-ranked Aerospace Engineering, 28th-ranked Computer Engineering, 30th-ranked Electrical Engineering, and 33rd-ranked Civil Engineering.


The flagship campus of the University of Tennessee System and partner in the Tennessee Transfer Pathway.