The College is committed to providing leading-edge research, education opportunities and professional development to graduate students, who are key to solving tomorrow's problems.
Graduate students are key to driving innovation for tomorrow. The College of Engineering is committed to providing leading edge research opportunities so students in the graduate programs can grow while also solving tomorrow’s problems.
Graduate work in the College of Engineering is administered jointly by the Graduate School, the College of Engineering and various administrative subdivisions of the College.
For other questions or concerns, see the Graduate Catalog or contact Dr. Viola Acoff, associate dean for undergraduate and graduate programs.
The University of Alabama makes financial awards to graduate students mainly through fellowships and assistantships. Graduate applicants for financial aid must have been admitted to the University, to UA’s Graduate School and to a degree program. Only academically superior students are eligible for fellowships and assistantships.
See the College of Engineering’s funding opportunities in the form of departmental fellowships and assistantships.
UA financial support in the form of assistantships, fellowships and scholarships are available to qualified students.
Student Financial Aid provides comprehensive information and services regarding opportunities to finance the cost of education at The University of Alabama.
All prospective international students are welcome at The University of Alabama.
Can’t get to campus? We’ll come to you. See what distance learning graduate and doctoral degree programs the College of Engineering offers.
This program is intended for gifted and highly motivated candidates whose objectives include degrees at the master’s or doctoral level.