The College of Engineering was founded when the University of Arizona opened its doors in 1885. Mining was the bedrock of Arizona’s economy at that time, and educating mining engineers was a top priority – indeed, it still is.
As the state’s economy grew and diversified, the College of Engineering continued to play a pivotal role in providing the research and engineering expertise necessary for that growth.
In today’s competitive environment, graduates of the college are the entrepreneurs developing high-tech companies that are creating jobs and improving our quality of life.
An engineering education will provide the research to build new industries and the knowledge for those who run them.
Prerequisites or standardized tests required: No standardized tests required
Admissions requirements: Enrollment is limited to graduates of accredited engineering bachelors programs and other cognate degrees (chemistry, geology, or physics, etc) with a 3.0 GPA or higher. Applicants must be able to demonstrate that they have the necessary prerequisites completed for the courses in the certificate program. To be admitted to this certificate program, it is preferred that candidates have several years of responsible professional experience, preferably in a geoengineering field of study.
Required test(s): N/A
Required GRE Subject tests: N/A
Concurrent Enrollment: Concurrent enrollment is allowed but not required in other degree programs (Master of Science, Master of Engineering, etc.)
University Credit Requirement: At least twelve credits must be taken at the University of Arizona
Transfer credit: 3 units may be transferred into the certificate