Degrees & Programs
The Bachelor of Science with a major in Computer Science is a technologically intense program that emphasizes computer programming, theory, and design. Students who choose to major in Computer Science can look forward to careers in programming and designing new software. Students interested in gaming can pursue a certificate in Game Programming.
The Department of Information Technology offers the B.S. in Information Technology and the WebBSIT – an online degree program. The IT curriculum combines in-depth education in technology with hands-on training, along with the opportunity to for students to explore diverse areas such as electronic broadcast media, music technology, administration of justice, visual communications design, or computer science, engineering science among many others.
The Department of Civil Engineering and Construction Management offers two undergraduate degree programs of study: the B.S. in Civil Engineering and the B.S. in Construction.
The Department of Electrical Engineering offers the B.S. in Electrical Engineering.
Georgia Southern’s B.S. in Manufacturing Engineering program is the only one within a 500-mile radius of Statesboro, Georgia. The manufacturing engineering (MfgE) curriculum is hands-on and career-oriented. Students gain broad, practical knowledge in the major areas of manufacturing engineering.
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The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers an undergraduate degree program of study: the B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. Mechanical Engineering students study mechanical design and analysis, material science and manufacturing processing, thermal-fluid-energy sciences, computer-aided engineering graphics and analysis, and electro-mechanical devices and controls with an emphasis in mechatronics.
The Regents Engineering Pathway (REP) Program, formerly RETP, allows students to study for two years at one University System of Georgia institution, then complete their engineering degree at Georgia Southern, Georgia Tech, Kennesaw State, Mercer University or the University of Georgia.
Last updated: 6/19/2017