In an ever-growing world of technology and STEM careers, science and research play an integral role in our future. The College of Science & Engineering at TCU prides itself on small class sizes and plentiful hands-on research opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. Students study and conduct research in newly renovated state of the art laboratories alongside faculty experts. More than 40 percent of the College’s undergraduate students are involved in research, and most participate in the Michael and Sally McCracken Student Research Symposium each spring.
Explore the academic and research possibilities in our College as well as our individual departments for a glimpse at our teacher-scholar focus and affiliated institutes and initiatives. Choose from 37 degree options alongside more than 1,700 undergraduate students and 130 graduate students. Our 124 full-time faculty scholars lead the way into the future of science through advanced research, community involvement and prestigious grants and publication opportunities. We are dedicated to inspiring individuals to discover and apply science and technology for a better future.
See the TCU online catalog for a detailed listing of our undergraduate and graduate programs, and our Vectors Office within the Office of the Dean for information about career development, marketing and communications and College gift opportunities. Follow us on social for an inside look at our events and science happenings at TCU, and do look around to see what we pride ourselves on here! We hope to see you on campus soon, Class of 2021!
Please go to the TCU Admission’s Office web pages for information on undergraduate admission:
Admission to the graduate programs of the College is handled through the College of Science & Engineering. For general information regarding graduate admission see the TCU Graduate Studies web pages (www.graduate.tcu.edu).
Application deadlines for the College are flexible, but apply by February 3 for maximum consideration for Fall admission and by September 15 for maximum consideration for Spring admission.
As a member of the Council of Graduate Schools TCU abides by the following resolution regarding the acceptance of offers of financial support: Resolution
General information for all applicants:
For a complete application the following documents and information are needed:
For international applicants only:
Graduate financial aid:
Refer to the TCU Graduate Studies website (www.graduate.tcu.edu) for additional information about graduate financial aid.
To apply for admission to a TCU College of Science & Engineering graduate program:
Please use the address below for mailing of any hard copies of documents (e.g. transcripts sent from your institutions). Please also feel free to contact us regarding any questions you may have about the application process.
Dr. Magnus Rittby, Senior Associate Dean (email@example.com).
TCU College of Science & Engineering
Attn: Graduate Studies
TCU Box 298960
Fort Worth, TX 76129