The University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering, established in 1941, is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. More than 4,600 students are enrolled in engineering courses—3,536 undergraduates as well as 817 masters and doctoral students in biomedical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, geosensing systems, industrial, mechanical and petroleum engineering. The college also offers interdisciplinary graduate programs in subsea, aerospace, materials, and computer and systems engineering. Chemical and mechanical engineering have ranked among the top programs nationally.
- UH members in the National Academy of Engineering
- Cullen College of Engineering Strategic Plan
- Facts about the University of Houston
- Information about Accreditation
- Faculty: 110*
- Graduate Students: 817
- Undergraduate Students: 3,536
- Alumni: 18,045
- Research Expenditures: $25M
Degrees Awarded (FY 2012):
- B.S. 296
- M.S. 178
- Ph.D. 40
- Total 514
College enrollment figures include undergraduate engineering majors who have not declared majors and graduate students concentrating in interdisciplinary programs. These students are not reflected in department totals.
*Faculty figure represents tenured/tenure-track faculty members.