Our engineering and computing degrees open the door to a range of careers, including:
- system administrator
- network administrator
- database administrator
- game developer
- application developer
- software engineer
- machine designer
- data scientist
- manufacturing operations
- project management
- construction site designer
- civil engineer
Job prospects for graduates from the College of Engineering and Computing are excellent. The fastest growing occupations today are in Engineering or IT related fields.
There is currently a serious shortage of IT professionals, computer scientists and engineers, and the demand for qualified graduates is high.
Starting salaries for graduates vary greatly, and depend on the location and organization, and whether you have any prior experience. Engineering and IT jobs are some of the highest paid positions.
Employers place a very high value on co-op or internship experience when they hire new graduates. The College provides students with every opportunity to obtain this experience through our Co-op and Internship Program.
Georgia Southern’s Office of Career and Professional Development (OCPD) offers a variety of resources to all students. Visit the OCPD for career and major exploration, job search preparation, career fairs, and more.
Each field has professional organizations that may be helpful to you on your career journey. Click on the logos below to explore a few professional organizations.
Last updated: 10/15/2021