College of Engineering

Graduate Assistantships

PhD and MS program applicants are sought for Fall of 2016. Several fully funded assistantships are available in the following research areas:

Chemical Engineering
  • Molecular simulations on petroleum molecules; Simulation on protein structure and dynamics
Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Advanced Engineering Properties of Compacted Soils
Computer Science
  • Cybersecurity: 2 year NSF funded scholarship for service (Masters & Ph.D.)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Students who wish to be considered for these fellowships must first apply to the graduate program and be accepted in full standing. Applicants who qualify and meet graduate studies admission criteria may submit the application for the fellowship to the Graduate Studies at the same time by filling the form from Graduate Studies.

For additional information, please contact Dr. Vahid Motevalli, Associate Dean for Research and Innovation, College of Engineering


For general information about graduate programs please email Graduate Studies or visit them on the web at Graduate Studies at TTU

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