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Engineering : University of Arizona

University of Arizona
Address1401 E University
LevelFour or more years
Total Students42595
Student to Faculty Ratio22:1
Admission Rate76.4%
Carnegie ClassificationResearch Universities (very high research activity)
Undergrad Application Fees$50
Grad Application Fees$75
EnrollmentFees (/yr)Required Fees(/yr)
Undergrad In-State$9864$1013
Undergrad Out-State$29017$1013
Grad In-State$11040$1008
Grad Out-State$29362$1008
SAT Score**
SectionScore (25/75) percentile
Critical Reading0/0
ACT Score**
SectionScore (25/75) percentile
**Above numbers are at University/College level (not for a particular department or program)


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
Engineering Mechanics
Engineering Physics
Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering
Geological/Geophysical Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Materials Science
Mechanical Engineering
Mining and Mineral Engineering
Systems Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Grade-point average must be competitive.GRE scores must be competitive (incl. Verbal, Quantitative, and Analytical Writing).

Department of Systems and Industrial Engineering

Official transcripts of current GRE scores must be submitted to the SIE Department. Only the general GRE scores are essential. Minimum entrance requirements are scores of 500 verbal, 700 quantitative, and 650 analytical or 3.5 for Masters' program and 500 verbal, 750 quantitative and 700/5.0 analytical for PhD program. Applicants from non-English-speaking countries must submit TOEFL scores to the Graduate College (at least 575 is required)

Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering

Admission requirements:
GPA is 3.25 or above
GRE general scores in the upper 25% (verbal, quantitative and analytical)>
TOEFL score of 550 or higher (paper-based); 213 or higher (computer-based) or 79-80 or higher (internet-based). The internet-based test is the test recommended if it is available to you. It has the speaking part component and a score of 26 or higher would be required if you apply for a teaching assistantship in our department.

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GRE Scores and Admissions