To start your exploration into engineering and technology graduate studies, talk with your faculty advisor and graduate school advisor. They will be able to direct you to relevant information and resources and be incredible sources of support. In addition, there are numerous print and electronic resources available in the PGP ( CC 314) library and graduate school catalogs and brochures, as well as a variety of graduate school guide books, are available in the Post-Graduate Planning Office (CC 314). For more resources that you may find useful, see our resources section.
The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is the most widely required exam for admission to PhD and master’s programs in engineering.
Read General Tips on Applying to Graduate School and Graduate School Resources for detailed information on selecting schools and financial information. Also, this graduate school application timeline can help you plan your application process. Don’t worry if you haven’t completed every action item in the timeline. Your meetings with your graduate school advisor and academic advisor can help you plan a course of action.