Founded in 1785, the University of Georgia is the nation’s first state chartered university and the birthplace of American public higher education. The College of Engineering is proud to be a part of UGA’s distinguished heritage as well as a dynamic part of the University’s future.
Built around a model that transcends traditional academic boundaries, the College offers eight undergraduate and seven graduate degree programs.
Our research is centered in three Innovation and Discovery Clusters that bring together faculty and students from a wide variety of disciplines. Experiential learning – co-ops, internships, study abroad and undergraduate research – means graduates aren’t simply prepared for the workplace, they’re prepared to lead.
Contact the UGA College of Engineering's IT Support Desk if you experience an issue related to instructional technology in the college. Examples include slow logins, difficulty logging into an engineering lab computer, engineering software difficulties, and assistance with video conference meetings.
Some of the Student Organizations available: