Georgia Engineering Schools
Georgia's Engineering schools have something to talk about! According to Georgia Trend, "Throughout the University System of Georgia, more than 24,400 students are enrolled in engineering certificate, associate and degree programs, including software engineering and related computer programs." The four engineering schools in Georgia: Tech, UGA, Southern and KSU are making changes to help students build their future by implementing innovated programs.
Kennesaw State University -30 curriculum changes!
Did you know that Kennesaw State University is Georgia's 2nd largest engineering program? Many of your grandparents and parents know of Southern Polytechnic State University, founded in 1948. However, in November 2013, the Georgia Board of Regents announced the consolidation of Kennesaw State and Southern Polytechnic. In 2015, Kennesaw State established the Southern Polytechnic College of Engineering and Engineering Technology. Now, KSU has revamped and updated its multidisciplinary engineering approach.
Check out the article in GeorgiaTrend to learn more about KSU, TECH, UGA and GA Southern's programs.