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Engineering : University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Address100 Church Street SE
CityMinneapolis
StateMinnesota
Zip55455-0213
TypePublic
LevelFour or more years
Full-time Students38899
Student to Faculty Ratio21:1
Admission Rate47.7%
Carnegie ClassificationResearch Universities (very high research activity)
Fees
Undergrad Application Fees$55
Grad Application Fees$75
EnrollmentFees (/yr)Required Fees(/yr)
Undergrad In-State$9794$2409
Undergrad Out-State$14094$2409
Grad In-State$12044$2300
Grad Out-State$19142$2300
SAT Score
SectionScore(25/75)percentile
Critical Reading530/690
Math600/720
Writing540/660
ACT Score
SectionScore(25/75)percentile
Composite25/30
English24/30
Math30/30
Writing8/8
**Above numbers are at University/College level (not for a particular department or program)

Courses/Degrees

Engineering
Aerospace- Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering
Agricultural/Biological Engineering and Bioengineering
Biomedical/Medical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering- General
Electrical- Electronics and Communications Engineering
Geological/Geophysical Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Materials Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Systems Engineering
ECE

Average applicant GRE scores based on data for the past five years for our program are: Verbal 541, Quantitative 781, Analytical Writing 4.3. The Electrical Engineering program does not state a minimum GRE score in any category


Master's Degree in Financial Mathematics

Nice program in Financial Mathematics. Minneapolis/St. Paul hosts the headquarters of some of the largest financial and actuarial mathematics employers in the country.


Computer Science

The Graduate Program in Computer Science only admits students for the Fall term of each year. Approximately 70 new students enroll annually from a pool of 800 - 1,000 applicants.

There are no minimum GRE scores. From the data that we (graduateshotline.com) received.. looks like very few students get financial assistance in first semester. GPA and your past University and research work seems most important factor for admission.



Engineering