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Welcome to UH at Katy

An Instructional Site of the University of Houston

UH at Katy offers undergraduate and graduate programs from the Andy & Barbara Gessner College of Nursing and the Cullen College of Engineering. A part of the UH main campus, UH at Katy is located near the Grand Parkway and I-10 in the Katy Academic Building, a shared space with UH Victoria which offers its own unique programs.

Learn more about the History of UH at Katy.

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Program Highlight

Engineering Graduate Program

UH Cullen College of Engineering’s innovative and industry-relevant course offerings continue to expand at UH at Katy. To learn which graduate courses are currently available, please view the latest edition of the University's online Graduate School Catalog.

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UH/HCC Engineering Academy

The UH Cullen College of Engineering and Houston Community College are proud to announce a new transition partnership for students to earn a valuable Engineering degree from the University of Houston.

Students admitted to the Engineering Academy are UH Cullen College of Engineering Students from the first day. Classes are taught at the HCC Katy campus and the UH at Katy instructional site at various times.

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