Application Process

Degrees in Engineering

Cockrell School of Engineering

Acoustics at UT Austin is an area of study in the Mechanical and Electrical Engineering graduate programs at the Cockrell School of Engineering. Students looking to study acoustics at UT will need to complete a general application through the Cockrell School of Engineering and select a major of either Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. Prospective students are encouraged to review our faculty and their areas of research as the application will require that you list three faculty members you wish to work with. A list of professors working in areas of acoustics at UT can be found on our Faculty page.

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Degrees in Audiology and Speech Pathology

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Students looking to pursue a Master’s or Doctorate in Audiology will need to apply to the Moody College of Communication’s department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. For a full list of instructions on how to apply to this program, please visit:



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This information is current as of December 2016. This page is meant to provide general knowledge on the application process for studying acoustics at UT Austin. Always confirm information with the University Graduate School website before beginning any application process. The University will not be held liable for applications rejected due to outdated information on submission dates and requirements posted on this website.