Students who wish to study at the Clark School apply for admission to the University of Maryland; there is not a separate application for the Clark School. When filling out the university application, you may choose one of the engineering majors, or, if you're not sure exactly which one you want, you may choose "Undecided Engineering" and select a major later (usually after your first two semesters). If you don't yet know which major is most interesting to you, don't worry—30 to 35 percent of our incoming students are typically in the "Undecided" category. And, since the first year of each major is very similar, it's fairly easy to change majors.

Current University of Maryland Students

Current University of Maryland College Park Students can visit our Transfer Admissions page for additional information regarding admission to the School of Engineering, or contact the Coordinator of Limited Enrollment Programs for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at

Non-University of Maryland Students

Non-University of Maryland College Park Students can contact the Pre-Transfer Advisor for additional information about transferring to the University of Maryland.

Fueled by nearly 200 world-class faculty members dedicated to scholarship and research, more than $125 million in research expenditures, and state-of-the-art labs in the Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building, the Clark School offers students the chance to participate in graduate study in the areas below.
Doctoral students should explore the Clark School’s Future Faculty Program, which trains students for teaching positions at leading engineering schools. The Clark School's graduate programs are ranked highly by U.S. News & World Report and other surveys. Prospective students are encouraged to communicate with Clark School faculty to learn about programs and opportunities. Applications are made to the University of Maryland Graduate School, which provides information about requirements, applications materials, criteria, schedules, resources, finances and other topics.