Students may begin the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME) program on the Statesboro Campus or the Armstrong Campus in Savannah. In addition, students can complete the entire degree program on the Statesboro Campus. At this time, lower-division courses are offered on the Armstrong Campus and the degree must be completed from the Statesboro Campus.
Welcome to the Armstrong Campus of Georgia Southern University. The Armstrong Campus is the University’s residential campus in the vibrant city of Savannah. Situated just a few miles away from the charming squares of historic downtown Savannah, the Armstrong Campus affords students easy access to the abundant shopping, culinary and cultural activities of this dynamic and growing city. The intellectual home for some 6,500 students, the campus offers the feel of a private college with the affordability, diversity and resources of a Carnegie doctoral/research university.
On the Armstrong Campus in Savannah, students can choose from more than fifty majors. The programs on the Armstrong Campus are taught by dedicated and experienced faculty in an intimate classroom setting that ensures personal interactions between the professor and students. Graduate programs designed for working professionals are available as well.
Welcome to Georgia Southern University’s Statesboro Campus, a place where tradition and innovation meet. Home to more than 20,000 students, the Statesboro Campus is the oldest and largest campus at the University, and combines Georgian-style buildings, grand live oaks and sprawling lawns with state-of-the-art facilities for research, study, recreation and dining. The campus is located in historic Statesboro, a charming and dynamic college town built around a shop-lined Main Street, and recently voted one of America’s Best Communities. It’s an experience that offers the exciting benefits of a large university and the personal feel of a smaller college.
Students can choose from a wide range of hands-on degree programs. Our world-class faculty not only work with students in the classroom, but perform cutting-edge research in which they engage both undergraduate and graduate students through experiential learning. Get involved in one of 300 clubs and organizations, workout or join exercise classes at the massive Recreation Activity Center, or just explore the walkways, trails, botanic garden, museum and nature center across the 900-acre campus of seemingly endless possibilities.
Last updated: 12/16/2021