The UGA College of Engineering was created to build an academic environment that fosters innovative partnerships which offer engineering education in a liberal arts environment. We are preparing our students for careers devoted to the integration of discoveries from multiple fields so they become leader-engineers in the state and nation. The College is offering:
Undergraduate degrees in eight majors:
- Agricultural Engineering
- Biological Engineering
- BioChemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Systems Engineering
- Electrical & Electronics Engineering (First class in Fall 2013)
- Environmental Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering (First class in Fall 2013); and
- Graduate studies at MS and PhD levels in all engineering fields through seven graduate degree programs.
The College is organized without departmental boundaries to promote advanced studies at the interface of disciplines. Research and outreach structured at the confluence of disciplines continues building excellence in such areas as:
- Biology-inspired engineering focusing on engineering biology and renewable bio-resources for food, fiber, energy and modern bioproducts,
- Engineering for health including preventive care and public health,
- Engineering smart systems with attention to meta-materials and smart structures, processes and devices,
- Computational transport dynamics of complex systems, and
- Engineering education to enhance personalized learning.
Research and outreach priorities in these and other areas are inspired to solve real-world problems, and to enable industry, government agencies, educational institutions and communities to implement solutions for the challenging problems of the future.
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