Why Georgia Southern
There are many schools that offer programs in engineering, computing and information technology. Here are some reasons to choose the Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Computing at Georgia Southern:
- All classes in the College are taught by professors, not graduate students.
- All upper-level classes (and most freshmen classes) have small enrollments (typically 20 or fewer).
- A wide range of degrees including Engineering, Information Technology, Construction Management, and Computer Science.
- State-of-the-art facilities with research labs, computer labs, wireless capability, a full-service deli and a GusMart.
- Which computing or engineering degree is right for you?
College of Engineering & Computing Living Learning Communities
All incoming first year students in the College of Engineering and Computing may apply for the Innovaton Living Learning Community (LLC) located in Southern Pines. Participants will take common classes, have access to academic and career development programming and opportunities to interact with faculty outside the classroom.
Women and students from culturally diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply for one of the limited spaces. Learn more about the advantages of the Innovation Living Learning Community.
Last updated: 1/1/2018