Engineering Technology Program
Valdosta State University offers a high quality Engineering Studies Program which satisfies at least two full years toward a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering. Although most of the first two years of course work focus on mathematics, natural sciences, computer science, social sciences, and humanities, specialized engineering courses allow students to select a curriculum from among the following:
Semester-by-semester schedules follow:
See course rotation here
- Chemical Engineering
- Aerospace Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
Where do our students transfer through the Regents' Engineering Pathway Program (REPP)?
- Georgia Institute of Technology
- Mercer University
- University of Georgia
- Georgia Southern University
- Kennesaw State University
Other schools who accept VSU transfer students in engineering include:
Both Single-degree and Dual-Degree programs are available.
How well do our students perform?
VSU students who have transferred engineering degree-granting institutions have achieved outstanding success while completing their degree requirements. The solid educational foundation and personal confidence attained while attending VSU provide a distinct advantage to succeed in advanced-level engineering course work within a highly competitive environment. More than 70% of our transfer students make the academic Dean's List at Georgia Tech and more than 10% of our transfer students have continued their studies to earn graduate degrees there. In addition, VSU ranks first of all the REPP schools in percentage of transfer students who have graduated from or are still enrolled at Georgia Tech (92%).Dr Hojjatie at (229) 333-5752. Questions concerning admissions can be addressed to the VSU Office of Admissions at (229) 333-5791 or toll free at (800) 618-1878