University of Texas at El Paso is highly regarded not only for its numerous degree programs, but also for the wealth of research opportunities and student life offerings.
Since the academics at UT El Paso are so diverse and numerous, there is an array of degree offerings to be found. Six different schools feature majors in professional studies like Business, Education, Engineering, Occupational Therapy, Nursing and Law.
More academic subjects include Linguistics, Jewish Studies, English and American Literature, Cultural Anthropology and Religious Studies. There are also performing and fine arts offerings in Film, Screenwriting, Creative Writing, Music, Musical Theatre, Fine Art, Dance and others.
Numerous research facilities allow students and faculty to undertake research in such fields as Biomedical Studies, Education Reform and Engineering Systems.
UT El Paso’s student life exists both on and off campus. On-campus activities include over 170 student clubs and organizations as well as student-run publications, recreational activities and entertainment.
Off campus, students can find all of the cultural, entertainment and dining activities that exist in a city the size of El Paso.
Admission to UT is fairly competitive, particularly at the graduate level. Undergraduate students are evaluated in terms of their academic performance and test scores, among other things.
At the graduate level, a certain number of students may receive financial aid in the form of assistantships or fellowships. At the undergraduate level, eligible students get loans, grants and scholarships. Tuition is also much lower for state residents since UT is a state school.
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