The mission of the Margie and Bill Klesse College of Engineering and Integrated Design is to identify and solve grand challenges where humanity intersects the physical world.


To cultivate a lively, diverse and resilient community where new knowledge and innovative solutions are developed through exploration and research that substantially improve lives in our local area and around the globe.

Dean's Welcome

Welcome to the Margie and Bill Klesse College of Engineering and Integrated Design (Klesse College) at The University of Texas at San Antonio. Our multidisciplinary college focuses on identifying and solving grand challenges where humanity intersects the physical world. CEID serves as an incubator for academic research and inquiry across disparate, yet complimentary, academic fields that work cohesively to improve the world around us. Recognized as a leader for social mobility, cultural diversity and equity of opportunity, our students are challenged to leverage their unique skills and perspectives in hands-on, experiential learning opportunities preparing them to excel in the workplace.

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UTSA Klesse College Facts

The Klesse College envisions becoming an internationally recognized, research-intensive education entity, serving as the economic driver for the local region and a workforce developer for the nation through excellence in research and education.

Enrollment/Retention Data/Degrees Awarded 10 year trend Interactive


The Bachelor of Science programs in Biomedical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc., http://www.abet.org.

For a breakdown of enrollment and degrees awarded in each program, click Enrollment Data and Graduation Data for more information.

5 Bachelor


8 Masters


5 Doctoral


Fall 2019 Enrollment

Degrees Awarded

Shape the Future

Shape the Future

UTSA's Klesse College created a strategic vision to shape the lives that will improve the world.

We create a culture where motivated students who seek knowledge and experience in a supportive, diverse environment encounter exceptional faculty, modern resources, and transformative research in a world-class city to develop their curiosity, creativity, and love of learning to build high-performing careers and fulfilling lives.

We are known for being caring, connected, inquisitive, innovative, industrious, passionate, productive, and trusted.

Working together, all stakeholders are people with the ability, curiosity, passion, and persistence to see the future and deliver it.

We promise to shape the lives that will improve the world.

UTSA 2020 Blueprint

The UTSA 2020 Blueprint will refine and advance the university’s existing strategic plan – A Vision for UTSA.

Guided by that 10-year plan, UTSA has experienced significant growth and achieved several Tier One goals. The University has increased graduation rates, recruited top-tier faculty and students, enhanced academic excellence, expanded public and private research partnerships, and received the Carnegie Foundation’s Community Engagement Classification.


Seeking Employment at the Klesse College

To search for employment opportunities available at The University of Texas at San Antonio Klesse College, please visit UTSA Human Resources and select Job Listings and Employment Opportunities from the left navigational menu.

Klesse College Students Seeking Employment

If you are a UTSA Klesse College student or alumnus/a, the UTSA Career Center provides many resources to assist in your job search. Also, the Klesse College Student Success Center can help you in your job hunt.

AfterCollege provides a job board for engineering-specific positions.

Seeking Faculty Appointments with UTSA Klesse College

Individual Klesse College departments may post available faculty positions on their website. Follow one of the following links to view job announcements on department websites.