About the College
Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering & Computing
The Paulson College of Engineering and Computing will be a recognized leader in student-centric experiential learning, applied research in engineering and computing, and service to our communities.
The Paulson College of Engineering and Computing mission is to ensure student success by preparing them for lifelong learning, advance the engineering and computing disciplines, and support regional economic development. This will be accomplished by promoting excellence in faculty scholarship and teaching, fostering experiential learning, and partnering with regional stakeholders.
The Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET accredits the Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Manufacturing Engineering undergraduate programs. The EAC will review the Computing Engineering and the Construction Engineering programs in the fall of 2021 for initial accreditation.
The Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET accredits the undergraduate Computer Science and Information Technology degree programs.
the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) accredits the Construction Management undergraduate degree program.
For students like you who want to explore, innovate and inspire, the Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Computing offers the following departments and degree programs.
- 6 Academic Departments: Civil Engineering & Construction | Computer Science | Electrical & Computer Engineering | Information Technology | Manufacturing Engineering | Mechanical Engineering
- 9 Undergraduate Degrees: B.S. in Civil Engineering | B.S. in Construction | B.S. Construction Engineering | B.S. with a major in Computer Science | B.S. in Electrical Engineering | B.S. Computer Engineering | B.S. Information Technology | Bachelor’s in IT Online | B.S. in Manufacturing Engineering | B.S. in Mechanical Engineering
- 6 Graduate Degrees: M.S. in Civil Engineering | M.S. in Computer Science | M.S. in Electrical Engineering | M.S. in Information Technology | M.S. in Applied Engineering with a concentration in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering or Engineering Management | M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
As Georgia Southern’s second largest college with over 4,000 students, we offer coursework on two campuses and online. Our college has evolved along with today’s technology and workforce needs. See our student enrollment and graduation data here.
Last updated: 6/16/2021